The TrackerCat Project. A Lightweight Utility for GPS Device Analysis By: Adam Schneider GCFE, ACE. Table of Contents. What is TrackerCat ? What are GPX f iles? What are KML files? Why was TC created? How is TC used? KML Screenshots What is the future of TC?
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A Lightweight Utility for GPS Device Analysis
By: Adam Schneider
… The Github project is also dedicated to R&D of new open source tools for GPS analysis.
python tc.py –e [Path]
Including all historically archived logs
python tc.py –i [gpx file] –o [kml file]
python tc.py –csv [gpx file]
python tc.py –h
… snip... KML Active Log (XML Spy) … snip...
Trackpoint data in KMLs lack individual turn-by-turn timestamps. Each Active Log timestamp is preserved!
Coordinates for Active Logs in KML are actually in a huge chunk!
GPX Active Log Sample
XSLT Converted KML; made by TrackerCat, Viewed in Google Earth
Github collaboration on TrackerCat means the possibility of advanced features like:
… anything is possible!
GPS Device Research Notes:
fork() Forensics & Infosec Blog
TrackerCatGithubLanding (Basic Info):
TrackerCat on Github:
Contributors = progress!