The Serval Maps application is an Android based application that is designed to provide support for collaborative mapping activities using the resilient Ad Hoc mesh network provided by the main Serval Software.
The source code for the application is available via a GitHub repository.
Development updates will be posted to this blog as time permits.
If you're interested in the project, please contact Corey Wallis who is the lead developer for the software, and is the honours student who started the original project in 2011.
Other information available includes:
The Serval Maps Utils is a collection of utility applications that the Serval Maps team has developed to help with working with the Serval Maps related data. There are currently two utility applications.
The Serval Maps Bridge Template application provides the basis for integration of Serval Maps with another website or service.
The Serval Maps Data Manipulator is an application designed to undertake a variety of different tasks using the data created and collected by the Serval Maps application. More information on the application is available in this wiki.
The Serval Maps website contains visualisations of maps and data collected using Serval Applications. Serval Maps Licences contains information on licences used in these visualisations and on the website itself. There is also a section describing Configurations used for the visualisations.
Documentation on the Serval Maps Visualisation website can be found here.