Mobile Phone Robocup Rescue Software released

Nils released our MobileResQ software today. It consists of a java-based mobile phone client (should work on all MIDP2.0 / CLDC1.0 phones with Bluetooth and JSR82 Java bluetooth interface) and a java-based server that can run on any java-enabled internet host. The server collects data from the client and creates .gpx files that can be viewed with Google Earth or used as input to the robocup rescue simulator (see our Paper on the ATDM Workshop). Please download and use it. A sourceforge site will be up in the future…

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