GTM - GPS TrackMaker
Driver short name
Driver built-in by default
This driver is built-in by default
This driver is considered for removal in GDAL 3.5. You are invited to convert any dataset in that format to another more common one. If you need this driver in future GDAL versions, create a ticket at https://github.com/OSGeo/gdal (look first for an existing one first) to explain how critical it is for you (but the GDAL project may still remove it). To enable use of the deprecated driver the GDAL_ENABLE_DEPRECATED_DRIVER_GTM configuration option / environment variable must be set to YES.
GPSTrackMaker is a program that is compatible with more than 160 GPS models. It allows you to create your own maps. It supports vector maps and images.
The OGR driver has support for reading and writing GTM 211 files (.gtm); however, in this implementation we are not supporting images and routes. Waypoints and tracks are supported.
Although GTM has support for many data, like NAD 1967, SAD 1969, and others, the output file of the OGR driver will be using WGS 1984. And the GTM driver will only read properly GTM files georeferenced as WGS 1984 (if not the case a warning will be issued).
The OGR driver supports just POINT, LINESTRING, and MULTILINESTRING.
This driver supports the
This driver supports georeferencing
This driver supports virtual I/O operations (/vsimem/, etc.)
The ogrinfo utility can be used to dump the content of a GTM datafile :
ogrinfo -ro -al input.gtm
Use of -sql option to remap field names to the ones allowed by the GTM schema:
ogr2ogr -f "GPSTrackMaker" output.gtm input.shp -sql "SELECT field1 AS name, field2 AS color, field3 AS type FROM input"
Example for translation from PostGIS to GTM:
ogr2ogr -f "GPSTrackMaker" output.gtm PG:"host=hostaddress user=username dbname=db password=mypassword" -sql "select filed1 as name, field2 as color, field3 as type, wkb_geometry from input" -nlt MULTILINESTRING