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FalconView In Linux ( FalconViewLX ). Daniel Longhurst & Steve Cuzzort Georgia Tech Research Institute (GTRI) 24 August 2010. Why Linux?. FalconView is widely used throughout the military for mission planning and GIS visualization But the user needs a Windows based computer

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falconview in linux falconviewlx

FalconView In Linux (FalconViewLX)

Daniel Longhurst & Steve Cuzzort

Georgia Tech Research Institute (GTRI)

24 August 2010

why linux
Why Linux?
  • FalconView is widely used throughout the military for mission planning and GIS visualization
    • But the user needs a Windows based computer
  • Many embedded systems run Unix or Linux
    • iPads, iPhones, and Android Phone all run Unix or Linux
  • The Linux environment provides a common framework for many embedded platforms
    • Many Unix and Linux distributions share common tools that simplify development and deployment to embedded systems
project goals
Project Goals
  • Create a x86 Linux program that can read FalconView map types and have FalconView overlays that will run in Linux (Ubuntu 8.4 LTS)
    • Determine what parts of FalconView are dependent on the Windows platform
    • Determine how best to preserve the component structure of FalconView in the Linux platform
    • Determine what frameworks and libraries are needed to create FalconView like usability on Unix and Linux platforms
    • Port GUI to QT – a Unix and Linux Windowing and GUI toolkit
    • Determine how to add GDAL support to FalconView in Linux
      • GDAL is an open source GIS toolkit for Linux and windows
    • Use open source software and open standards to replace proprietary components of FalconView such as GCC, make, KDevelop
starting point 08 09 irad
Starting Point (’08-09’ IRAD)
  • Limited Functionality
    • Basic mapping engine and CADRG support only
    • No Overlays
    • Panning and Zooming supported
    • Graphics supported by QT (owned by Nokia)
current progress 1 10 irad
Current Progress #1 (‘10 IRAD)
  • Added Local Points, and Moving Map overlays
  • Added the ability to animate GPS trails
  • Added a toolbar for FalconView like access to common overlays
  • Added faster drawing and better mouse support
  • Expanded Menu options
  • Updated to latest version of QT (v4)
current progress 2 10 irad
Current Progress #2 (‘10 IRAD)
  • Modified FalconView in Linux code base to make it more similar to other cross platform projects
    • FalconView in Linux split into several shared libraries to make the code base easier to manage
    • Devised a common framework for all FalconView in Linux components to communicate with one another
      • Even across network boundaries
    • Added standard Linux installation procedure for FalconView in Linux
current progress 3 10 irad
Current Progress #3 (‘10 IRAD)
  • Replaced hard-coded coverage list with a SQLite database, which can be exported from FalconView
      • SQLite is a file-based database engine that runs on Windows and most Unix and Linux flavors
      • FalconView in Linux acts like a light-weight FalconView viewer than can be easily deployed to a number of embedded devices that run Unix and Linux
      • By creating a new component using the SQLite database, it is possible to setup a remote map server that FalconView in Linux instances can connect to
        • FalconView in Linux can request coverage information via XML over any standard network
what s next
What’s Next?
  • Add full GDAL support to FalconView in Linux
  • Port more map handlers to FalconView in Linux – Currenly only CADRG is supported
  • Port more overlays to FalconView in Linux – Currently only Local Points and Moving Map are supported
  • Network with FalconView users who want or need Linux support
falconview in linux
FalconView In Linux
  • Demonstration
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