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OpenGeoSMS is a simple format for encoding Latitude & Longitude into a text message (SMS/Email/Twitter).
It sends as a GoogleMaps URL (our implementation also supports OpenStreetMap).
- The LatLon can be manually copied to a GPS, if the recipient is on a non-SmartPhone or has no Internet access from that location.
- If they have a SmartPhone then they can click on the URL to see the location being discussed on a map
- If they have the Android application then they can get additional functionality to support Incident Reporting, Task Dispatch & peer to peer Team Communications ("I am here", "Where are you?", "Where shall we meet?")
Android source developed by ITRI Taiwan is available on Github:
Our support is in
msg.prepare_opengeosms(self, location_id, code="S", map="google", text="")
- S = Sahana
- ST = Sahana Task Dispatch
- SI = Sahana Incident Report
This will be useful for:
- [BluePrintCERT CERT]
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