GPS Speedreader is a program to analyze GPS tracks from modern GPS units. The program was specifically developed for the GPS Team Challenge, in close collaboration with GPSTC advisors.
GPS Speedreader is free to use, and supplied without any warranties.
The current GPS Speedreader version is 1.3.1, released October 2, 2019.
The links below are ZIP files that contain the applications for MacOS and Windows, and an executable jar file for Linux. To run GPS Speedreader, Java must be installed on your computer (version 8 or newer). If Java is not installed on your computer, you can download it for free at https://www.java.com/en/download/.
Download the ZIP archive from https://ecwindfest.org/GPS/GPSSpeedreaderMac.zip and unpack the ZIP archive. Requires MacOS 10.9 or newer.
After downloading and unzipping, move the application to your application folder (or a folder of your choice). When you start GPS Speedreader the first time, you will probably see a warning dialog “GPS Speedreader can’t be opened because it is from an unidentified developer”. To open the application anyway, you can right-click on the GPS Speedreader icon, which will show a slightly different dialog that gives you an option to open the application.
Download the ZIP archive from https://ecwindfest.org/GPS/GPSSpeedreader.exe.zip and unpack the ZIP archive.
After downloading and unzipping, move the application to a folder of your choice. When downloading or running GPS Speedreader the first time, you may see one or more warning dialogs from Windows and/or your antivirus software that you have to click through.
Download the ZIP archive from https://ecwindfest.org/GPS/GPSSpeedreader.jar.zip and unpack the ZIP archive.
After downloading and unzipping, move the GPSSpeedreader.jar file to a folder of your choice. If Java is correctly installed on your system, you should be able to start GPS Speedreader by double-clicking on the GPSSpeedreader.jar file.
- Fixed a problem where export to Google Earth produced incorrect files on computers using languages other than English
- New “Combine files” function
- If files contain multiple sessions, users can choose which session to analyze
- New “Remove filtered points” and “Remove selection” menu items
- Turn analysis (experimental) shows turns with the highest minimum speed in the speed results table. The second column shows the “score” - the percent of the maximum entry speed (looking back 50 meters from the turn center) kept.
- Handle time rollbacks (leap second adjustments) in files correctly
- Fixed a minor bug in results table (number of results not changed correctly when filters change)
- Support .sbn files (from GT-31)
- Option to define highlight colors when exporting to Google Earth
- Bug fixes
- Export for Google Earth
- Show speed as tooltips in speed panels
- Better highlighting of selection regions in tracks (thicker lines, crosshair is at first selected point)
- Popup menu in tracks panel to allow easy switching between drawing full and partial tracks