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Old 12-22-2013, 10:28 AM   #1
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Offroad GPS

FYI i am not employed or sponsored by either product. I am just expressing my opinion and hopefully helping some other enthusiasts looking for a good offroad gps solution.


Ok so had been looking for a good solution so i could track the trails i have done and plan future ones so i don't get lost. I currently am using the Bad Elf GPS 1000 and WIFI only IPAD. Gotta say i'm pretty impress on its capabilities.

Pro's
Bad Elf GP can be used with iphone and ipad with 30pin connector
Has a multiple amount of gps apps that work with it
No need for cell service
Large Screen (IPAD 3)
Can track and record your trail
Can zoom in pretty good to see all fireroads
Can download custom maps.
Can import .gpx files
Supposedly it has a passthru charging capability

Con's
GPS chip plus into 30pin connector, so you have to be really careful
Downloading maps can take a while especially if you are coving a large area
Drains IPAD battery
Like any other charging cables its flimsy and you have to be careful not to bend


All in all I am impressed by this setup.

If you have any suggestions to some other option maybe better or compatible let me know. If you have any questions let me know.



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i am a fan of all the apple products, but i didn't want to spend that kind of money on a new ipad and take it off roading. although i have motionx on my iPhone and it works pretty good without an external antenna. so i looked into the samsung tab 10.1, they have and internal gps so theres no need to buy the aux gps(unless you're super concerned about accuracy). droid uses backcountry nav, which works really well. i had a hard time fitting a 10" screen in the jeep without compromising my view of the road so i scratched it. i went back to a lowrance hds-5m unit.

here's a couple links that i found useful in my tablet/ipad as a gps search:Add Custom Maps to Motion X GPS HD - TLC FAQ

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my lowrance. i am in the midst of trimming the paneling to the gps sits flush with the stock panels. should look good, but kind of tedious


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Yeah i had the lowrance mx (i think) small 4" screen. Only reason i liked the IPad was because of its size. only reason i am using the Bad Elf is i found it on ebay for 60 bucks and i already had the wifi only ipad. ALso without any cell service no maps with bad elf you have the signal no matter what. I might look into the lowrance again but a 7" screen. Forgot to mention i am using the MOTIONX gpshd app.
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i have heard that the bad elf's are very accurate, but bc of which drain your battery quickly. i really like that tablets can be made as an alternative to off road navigation. i got my lowrance for quite cheap off amazon, 440 shipped. i got it after spending 350 on the tab, 10$ on the the back country app and got sick and tired of cache'ng maps and emailing them to myself etc.
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Subscribing, I get lost pretty easily.

A month or so ago, Sprint was offerring a 7" android tablet for $50, but you have a $5 / month subscription min so I didn't get it.

What's the best app to get for android? I have a Galaxy S4. It has a 5" screen which would be a little small, but decent.
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Newbie question. For off-road driving at slow speeds, is an external GPS unit that much more accurate than the built-in GPS in the iPad? Does the external GPS give you more software (app) options?


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FYI i am not employed or sponsored by either product. I am just expressing my opinion and hopefully helping some other enthusiasts looking for a good offroad gps solution.


Ok so had been looking for a good solution so i could track the trails i have done and plan future ones so i don't get lost. I currently am using the Bad Elf GPS 1000 and WIFI only IPAD. Gotta say i'm pretty impress on its capabilities.

Pro's
Bad Elf GP can be used with iphone and ipad with 30pin connector
Has a multiple amount of gps apps that work with it
No need for cell service
Large Screen (IPAD 3)
Can track and record your trail
Can zoom in pretty good to see all fireroads
Can download custom maps.
Can import .gpx files
Supposedly it has a passthru charging capability

Con's
GPS chip plus into 30pin connector, so you have to be really careful
Downloading maps can take a while especially if you are coving a large area
Drains IPAD battery
Like any other charging cables its flimsy and you have to be careful not to bend


All in all I am impressed by this setup.

If you have any suggestions to some other option maybe better or compatible let me know. If you have any questions let me know.


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Not sure about an app for android but i found this

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its acutally pretty acurate. the differnce is that the external gps has a signal pretty much anywhere that you are. the cell or ipad with network is good but only if you have a good signal. I ran a trail near lake arrowhead on the back part and had both my iphone 4 and ipad wifi. I lost signal several times on my iphone and couldn't get a position. The ipad with the external gps my postion everywhere.

kmrtnsn posted earlier about a tablet coming out soon, that looks promising, i might pick one up when its release but will wait for the reviews.

Josh_friedrichs posted also about ipad being used for baja racing. which is a testament to how good the ipad is with signal. I can only imagine how good it was with an external gps and cell service.
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The current setup i have is IPAD wifi only running motionx gpshd and the Bad Elf GPS-1000 If you see me on the trail or join me on a run take a look at it, i'm pleased with it. Only thing i need now is a good window mount or something secure for it.
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its acutally pretty acurate. the differnce is that the external gps has a signal pretty much anywhere that you are. the cell or ipad with network is good but only if you have a good signal. I ran a trail near lake arrowhead on the back part and had both my iphone 4 and ipad wifi. I lost signal several times on my iphone and couldn't get a position. The ipad with the external gps my postion everywhere.
I know the iPad GPS does use wifi and/or cell signal to assist in getting an initial position, but I didn't know it was required. Interesting.
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What's the best app to get for android? I have a Galaxy S4. It has a 5" screen which would be a little small, but decent.
I've been using Backcountry Navigator Pro for a few years. I really like it.
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Bought off E Bay Delorme PN60 with a IN Reach communication . The inreach is satallite service so I don't have to worry about cell service Only drawback is the cost for thr sat service but there are many diferent plans
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Is there any subscription fees or monthly fees for the Bad Elf?
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Subscribing, I get lost pretty easily.

A month or so ago, Sprint was offerring a 7" android tablet for $50, but you have a $5 / month subscription min so I didn't get it.

What's the best app to get for android? I have a Galaxy S4. It has a 5" screen which would be a little small, but decent.
Here you go Rick.
I tried Topo Maps and used my Ipad. But personally its just too bulky (and pricey) for me to take on the trail. Not to mention keeping the IPAD charged is a pain. (The app. itself is just okay.)
I tried searching Back Country- no app. for Apple devices.
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No subscription for bad elf GPS. You could pre-download the maps when you have a Wi-Fi connection where you're going to be at so you can have a off-line maps The elf lonely give you a satellite signal will not give Wi-Fi connection or so connection so it it's great because it'll give you that accurate position but definitely need to have the maps downloaded
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I use the Google Nexus 7: Amazon.com: Google Nexus 7 Tablet (7-Inch, 16GB, Black) by ASUS (2013): Computers & Accessories

Paired it with Backcountry Navigator, and I think its the most ideal solution. The 7" screen is large enough to provide a ton of detail, but small enough to still not be a bother.
Here it is connected to one of my GoPro cams:

The size is definitely not an issue when properly mounted. I used an Arkon mount that extends farther from the windshield, it helps get the tablet closer to eye view, and at the same time, lets you place it lower so it doesn't obstruct your view. This is the mount I used: Amazon.com: Arkon Tablet Windshield Mount (TAB-CM117): Electronics
It can be adjusted in multiple ways, telescope it out, up, down on the suction mount, and has a full pivoting ball socket mount to freely adjust the tablet. It impressed the hell out of me, even on the ugliest washboard road that thing did not come off the windshield.

When trail riding, I turn the tablet vertical and set the display to "Track Up" and that gives me a really long view ahead of the trail. I use zoom 17 on Backcountry Navigator because you can read the details of the text well and still get a detailed view of everything. The Nexus 7 has a 1920 x 1200 HD screen and those pixels go a long way for displaying map details. Here is a shot of a map as I approached Hole in The Rock in Utah:

The maps are awesome, and yes, you download them, so you don't need a cell signal to use them. Battery life is superb on the Nexus 7, its a 9hr+ battery, depending of course on a ton of settings light screen brightness and load. Mine is plugged in for trail use, so it stays at 100%.
I also use the Nexus 7 at the same time to run Torque and monitor a couple of different parameters via a Bluetooth On Board Diagnostic module. Here is a pic of that:


Torque lets you set up different alarms for events. I like to setup a transmission temp alarm to monitor that, since there is no transmission temp gauge on the Jeep, but there is a sensor there and you can read the data and display it. I've had mine overheat when 4wheeling before, and have been left wondering what it was, then it cools down and you can resume as normal. With torque, I know if the tranny temp got too high, or if the voltage on my alternator drops too low, or coolant temp is too high, etc. etc. It'll run in the background and send audible and visual alarms if something happens.

I also use it for APRS tracking with my ham radio, or playing music via bluetooth to the vehicle. It'll do all these things at once, no hiccups. It's got killer power, and I never hit the trail without it. Best investment ever!
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I use Topo Maps with my Ipad. It is pretty accurate and easy to use. These are USGS topo maps. You can download the areas you are interested in for offline use. You need the iPad with the cell function that has a built-in GPS. The one with Wi-Fi only will not work.
You can get the Topo Maps app from iTunes and it is not expensive at all. Here is the link to it Topo Maps :: iPad

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I use Topo Maps with my Ipad. It is pretty accurate and easy to use. These are USGS topo maps. You can download the areas you are interested in for offline use. You need the iPad with the cell function that has a built-in GPS. The one with Wi-Fi only will not work.
You can get the Topo Maps app from iTunes and it is not expensive at all. Here is the link to it Topo Maps :: iPad

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It will show real time on the Topo Maps while out and about, but will not record a track. I use Back Country Nav on my Note 3 for that
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I've been using Backcountry Navigator Pro for a few years. I really like it.
Thanks Armand, I'll give that a try. Looks like they have a 21 day trial. I'll install it right before my next run.

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Here you go Rick.
I tried Topo Maps and used my Ipad. But personally its just too bulky (and pricey) for me to take on the trail. Not to mention keeping the IPAD charged is a pain. (The app. itself is just okay.)
I tried searching Back Country- no app. for Apple devices.
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Also, for iPad Wi-Fi users, you can save a lot of money if you Jailbreak your device. The Wi-Fi Only version does not have a built in GPS, but there are a ton of much cheaper bluetooth GPS devices that have been out since forever. I first started doing navigation with a Windows Pocket PC back in 1999-2000 and at the time, the bluetooth GPS modules started coming out. Now they're like $30.

Anyway, going off topic there, but the problem is that iOS was limited and without some off-market software, the bluetooth GPS receivers won't work. But, if you Jailbreak, you can get the necessary software and use the much more affordable BT GPS units.
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Sweet! Among other things, my in laws got me a $10 Google Play gift card. So I just bought Back Country Nav.
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Just purchased Gaia topi maps. So far it look like a great app. Ton of maps available an u can layer them. Only thing is u have to buy a yearly subscription for some more advanced features. Gonna test it out tommorrow and let you know
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^^^This. You can track where you are going, download maps so you don't need cell service. Drop waypoints. Insert pics. You also have multiple maps you can switch between. And it's cheap. I have in my iPad and phone.
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I don't like GPS at all.. Unless I get lost then it's great !!! How ever did we get buy without all those phones and other gizmos ?
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I use the Google Nexus 7: Amazon.com: Google Nexus 7 Tablet (7-Inch, 16GB, Black) by ASUS (2013): Computers & Accessories

Paired it with Backcountry Navigator, and I think its the most ideal solution. The 7" screen is large enough to provide a ton of detail, but small enough to still not be a bother.
Here it is connected to one of my GoPro cams:

The size is definitely not an issue when properly mounted. I used an Arkon mount that extends farther from the windshield, it helps get the tablet closer to eye view, and at the same time, lets you place it lower so it doesn't obstruct your view. This is the mount I used: Amazon.com: Arkon Tablet Windshield Mount (TAB-CM117): Electronics
It can be adjusted in multiple ways, telescope it out, up, down on the suction mount, and has a full pivoting ball socket mount to freely adjust the tablet. It impressed the hell out of me, even on the ugliest washboard road that thing did not come off the windshield.

When trail riding, I turn the tablet vertical and set the display to "Track Up" and that gives me a really long view ahead of the trail. I use zoom 17 on Backcountry Navigator because you can read the details of the text well and still get a detailed view of everything. The Nexus 7 has a 1920 x 1200 HD screen and those pixels go a long way for displaying map details. Here is a shot of a map as I approached Hole in The Rock in Utah:

The maps are awesome, and yes, you download them, so you don't need a cell signal to use them. Battery life is superb on the Nexus 7, its a 9hr+ battery, depending of course on a ton of settings light screen brightness and load. Mine is plugged in for trail use, so it stays at 100%.
I also use the Nexus 7 at the same time to run Torque and monitor a couple of different parameters via a Bluetooth On Board Diagnostic module. Here is a pic of that:


Torque lets you set up different alarms for events. I like to setup a transmission temp alarm to monitor that, since there is no transmission temp gauge on the Jeep, but there is a sensor there and you can read the data and display it. I've had mine overheat when 4wheeling before, and have been left wondering what it was, then it cools down and you can resume as normal. With torque, I know if the tranny temp got too high, or if the voltage on my alternator drops too low, or coolant temp is too high, etc. etc. It'll run in the background and send audible and visual alarms if something happens.

I also use it for APRS tracking with my ham radio, or playing music via bluetooth to the vehicle. It'll do all these things at once, no hiccups. It's got killer power, and I never hit the trail without it. Best investment ever!
What HAM do you run with that if you don't mind me asking? As does it accept the GPS signal through bluetooth or does it require the NMEA cable in to the HAM unit?

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Another vote for BackCountry Navigator for Android. I used this for 1-2 years. I download the .gpx files from TrailDamage to navigate the trails out here in Colorado. Superb app.

Unfortunately...i just switched to an iPhone 5S and, sadly, BackCountry Navigator is not available. So looking for a good replacement. I want the ability to load .gpx and/or .kmz/.kml files. I think I'm going with TopoMaps unless someone can suggest a better iPhone app...
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That big ball of fire in the sky has served me pretty well for most of my life. They Boy Scouts taught me how to find the North Star too. That has saved me from going further in the wrong direction more than once.
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When your with a group its ok not to worry about location, but when traveling alone or event running a trail with new friends its great to have a guide/track to follow. Don't get me wrong love to explore trails but rather have a backup to guide me out in some situations.
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That big ball of fire in the sky has served me pretty well for most of my life. They Boy Scouts taught me how to find the North Star too. That has saved me from going further in the wrong direction more than once.
Sure. People also previously used an abacus for accounting, used horse/cart for travel, and picked crops by hand. But sometimes its nice having these modern conveniences to do things for us, lol.

I will concede, though, that basic navigation skills are probably a good skill-set to have...
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