OziExplorer

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OziExplorer
Oziexplorer logo.gif
Oziexplorer screenshot.gif
Developer(s) D & L Software Pty Ltd Australia
Stable release 3.95.5m / August 16, 2011 (2011-08-16)
Operating system Microsoft Windows
Type GPS navigation software
License Shareware/Demo and Trial
Website www.oziexplorer.com

OziExplorer is raster navigation and mapping software for Windows. It is very popular among off-road drivers and adventure travelers as it allows to use and create custom maps for remote locations that are not fully covered by major map providers like Tele Atlas. That is why the software is also widely used on Post-Soviet states territory.

It supports editing, uploading and downloading of waypoints, routes and tracks to most Garmin, Magellan, Lowrance, Brunton and MLR GPS devices.[1]

OziExplorer provides support for Google Maps, Google Earth, TerraServer-USA, OpenStreetMap and Virtual Earth as well as creating your own maps.

Other versions[edit]

There are two more versions of OziExplorer:

References[edit]

  1. ^ "OziExplorer website". Retrieved 1 October 2009.