Can this maps used in gps car tracking system? If so, how?

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This depends on what system you are using. If you have a Garmin device you can convert OSM data to the garmin format and use that. If you have a tablet or a TomTom you can use Navit. Other devices may be possible.

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answered 12 Jan '12, 10:05

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As GPS tracking systems are usually quite specialised, and developed towards the needs of the client, this entirely depends on what supplier you work with.

As BlueSky donates a bit to OSM, I assume they also work with OSM.

http://wiki.openstreetmap.org/wiki/Merchandise#BlueSkyTracking

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