[aprssig] Public Service using APRS Event MD & PA
3ashore at Comcast.net
Wed Jun 11 05:59:09 CDT 2008
John, yes. It's a web application, and requires an Internet
connection. We use that for the GMaps-based mapping capabilities, which
includes geo-location, driving directions (unit to incident), some
lookup capabilities as well as Google-Earth (via KML files)
integration. It's built with PHP and MySQL, is OS-agnostic, and will
work with any recent browser..
The EMT 'cards' files can be revised/removed if you have yr own
favorites; it was prepared by our Bob Austin.
If you're interested in a download, the latest version (7 beta) is
available in the files section of
(The one at SourceForge is one version old, but it does have tutorials
on server installation and a video of a simulated accident response.)
John Ronan wrote:
>> Come back with questions, etc.
>> Arnie Shore
> I was surprised to see all the 'medical' stuff in there, however I
> take it that it is meant to be used by someone at an 'Internet
> Connected' Net Control station?
>> Annapolis, MD
>> Joseph M. Durnal wrote:
>>> A bicycle event will be held on July 25, 26, & 27, covering portions
>>> of Frederick and Carrol Counties in Maryland and Adams County in
>>> Pennsylvania. ...
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