Jam, a replacement for make. Required to build the GPSTk library. A white paper describing the key functionality and benefits of Jam. A beginner's guide to programming Jam.
Doxygen, a source code documentation engine.
SHARC, a project to enable communication to geodetic quality GPS receivers.
OpenSourceGPS, a project to create a GPS receiver in your PC using specific hardware.
SiRF, which provides an open API to interface with commercial grade GPS receivers.
The GPSD project maintains a comprehensive list of (mostly) consumer grade receiver interfaces.
GPS Processing Software
TEQC, the virtual Swiss-army knife for working with RINEX observations.
GAMIT-GLOBK, a software suite for positioning and orbit determination.
Kinematic is a GPL software package for differential GPS positioning.
Projects using the GPSTk
GPS Curve Fitting. Dat Phan at Cal Poly used the GPSTk in a telematics visualization application.
The Fusion Numerics Ionospheric Portal
Worcestire Polytechnic's nanosatellite formation flight program, the
Power metallurgy and Navigation SATtelite (PANSAT). Supervisor is Dr. William Michalson.
Diego Berge uses the GPSTk and Qt to create qtSatVis.