A collection of tools that can be used as a starting point if you want to create an APRS tracking website.
APRS Track Direct is a collection of tools that you can use as starting point if you want to create an APRS tracking website. You can use data from APRS-IS, CWOP-IS, OGN or any other source that uses the APRS specification.
APRS (Automatic Packet Reporting System) is a digital communications system that uses packet radio to send real time tactical information (often on amateur radio frequencies). Information shared over the APRS network is for example coordinates, altitude, speed, heading, text messages, alerts, announcements, bulletins and weather data. APRS has been developed by Bob Bruninga, callsign WB4APR. More information about APRS can be found at www.aprs.org or at wikipedia.
These are the major changes that has been made since APRS Track Direct was shared on GitHub.
Websites that use the APRS Track Direct tools in some way.
We who develop APRS Track Direct are not responsible for these websites, nor can we answer questions regarding them (except gliderradar.com and cwopviewer.com, which are our own demo sites).
Instructions found on GitHub will get you a copy of the project up and running on your local machine for development and testing purposes .
Feel free to get in touch if you have any questions or suggestions. I answer questions if time allows.