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Airspace checker's main goal is to be able to check a given flight (gps track) does not cross any forbidden (for PUL) airspace. It consists in an OpenAir translator, a Google Earth exporter, and the main tool that takes a gpx and test it against an airspace DB.

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airspace checker

airspace-checker aims at being able to check that a given flight did respect the different airspaces.

Its development is focused on French airspaces + paragliding/hanggliding.

URL: http://wiki.kataplop.net/wiki/doku.php?id=geek:integrated_paragliding_portal

DOWNLOAD: http://github.com/dkm/airspace-checker

usage

Currently, only the converter from OpenAir format to ESRI Shapefile is (partly) working:

$ ./oair2shp.py france.txt france.shp

converts the OpenAir file 'france.txt' to 'franche.shp' shapefile.

This shapefile can be converted to KML using ogr2ogr tool:

$ ogr2ogr -f KML france.kml france.shp france

dependencies

The GDAL/OGR bindings for python ('python-gdal' package in Debian based distros).

The 'gdal-bin' package can be useful (it contains the 'ogr2ogr' tool).

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Airspace checker's main goal is to be able to check a given flight (gps track) does not cross any forbidden (for PUL) airspace. It consists in an OpenAir translator, a Google Earth exporter, and the main tool that takes a gpx and test it against an airspace DB.

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