More flexible track segments: separated by mode changes or interruptions
I use LOCUS often to document the complete day trip:
- drive by car to the starting location,
- take a bus or boat for some section,
- make a hike to a destination (pause there),
- hike back to the car,
- drive back by car.
It would be great if I could easily mark those segments for track statistics, for example whenever I change the mode of tranportation, or when (without changing the mode) I introduce a pause (by using || ). At the end of the day I would have statistics for the different modes, but still everything in one track file. This seems to me a great improvement over the actual constant lap length segments.
It would also be great, if the resulting track could be shown in different colours on the map, depending on the mode of transportation. Segments should be easily editable (change mode of tranportation, delete pauses, separate single laps, ...)
Future possible extension (using AI methods) would be to
implement a function, which suggests segmentation locations from looking at track properties:
- finding irrelevant segments (like sitting in a restaurant which was anyway recorded by gps)
- finding the location of first and last track crossings (for lap segmentation)
- looking at speed to separate between hiking and car driving segments