TrackMyJourney is a a Java mobile phone application that uses GPS data, view and share tracks recorded from GPS devices. Used with a compatible Mobile Phone, Bluetooth GPS Receiver and our TMJ-Mobile software, it can also display your live location on a map, and allow others to follow your footsteps.
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How it works
Firstly you need a GPS Receiver (1) which calculates your location. This is then sent via bluetooth to a compatible mobile phone (2) running TMJ-Mobile. The phone processes the data and transmits your location via the mobile network (3) to the TrackMyJourney server. Vistors to www.trackmyjourney.co.uk (4) (to whom you have granted access) can then view your live location online.
The program is written in Java (J2ME) and works on a number of mobile phones, in particular most new Sony Ericsson, Nokia and BlackBerry models. As a minimum requirement, the phone should have Bluetooth or an Internal GPS Device, be able to run Java applications (often listed in phone literature as J2ME or ‘3D Java Games’), and support the MIDP-2.0/CLDC-1.1 Java device configuration (this should include most mid- to high-end phones bought in the last couple of years).
TrackMyJourney v0.6.0 Beta