GPS for Mac and Garmen for property boundary identification

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  1. wallyb

    wallyb

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    Hi

    I want to use GPS technology to locate property lines, boundaries, and surveyed features within a few feet 10-20 or so for non commercial use, based on property survey records in the public domain like tax lot surveys/range,township,section maps.

    There is no cell service signal in the areas I want to do this. I thoought expert GPS pro woud work but it is not a Mac compatable software.

    Any ideas?

    Thanks
     
    wallyb, Aug 8, 2018
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    Nuvi-Nebie Moderator

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    Your Mac device would need to have a GPS receiver connected in order to do this, however virtually any smartphone will do this as they have GPS built-in, if you didn't want to use a smartphone, the cheapest handheld GPS such as the Garmin Etrex 10 would also do this

    Thr smartphone would need a mapping App. Many of which are free, such as OsmAnd, the smartphone does not require a cellphone signal to do GPS mapping
     
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