Where am I (Wami) is a Windows Mobile application suite written using .NET Compact Framework 3.5 that tells you where you are in the middle of a trip, without GPS and without connecting to the internet, using cell broadcast and cell tower
information and a pre-recorded route file instead. It works by recording cell broadcast and tower information along a route into a route file and then using the current cell broadcast/tower information to index into the route file and find out the relative
location within the route and ETA of arrival at destination.
- Use cell tower id in addition to cell broadcast
- Load route files from RouteLogger directly into Wami, without editing them on a PC
- Auto SMS Response - Have Wami automatically respond to SMS requests with location and ETA information.
- Location Based Alarm - Have Wami play a sound file when time to destination becomes less than a configured value or when a particular location group is reached.