Oh, we have looked at the possibility of setting up our own javAPRSSrv-like server to support an APRS client on a smart phone but we haven't pushed through with the project just yet. This would be a stand-alone instance (not connected to the APRS-IS) so SARTopo would need to be able to consume a custom URL for that to work.
matt on 10 Dec, 2017 05:40 PM
I hope to have a solution in place by next summer, but if you setup your own tracking network there are a handful of ways to push locations to sartopo. The offline version can be setup to forward location data to sartopo.com, and also to read several formats from a locally connected serial port, including APRS, NMEA and fleetsync sentences.
You can also setup a "fleet" locator type on sartopo.com and push locations via (I think - if this doesn't work I can dig up a working example later):