A online service, free of charge, allowing you to read data (routes, etc..) From different sources and formats, such as gpx (Garmin), Google Earth, xml, pgl (TomTom), etc.. And with these to create maps and profiles to be exported to Google Earth.
The aim is to have a location on a visual map, for example satellite (some graphic example is shown here). It may be useful to see a path that has taken place, and you want to accomplish.
Unfortunately it is not a service/application simple to master (useless illusion), but we can help with tutorials on the site, which are very useful (like this one, for example).
Overall an excellent service, but that is not suitable for inexperienced users (or who have little time or little desire to learn
SAS.Planet – designed to viewing at program and downloaded high-resolution satellite imagery and conventional maps to submit by such services as Google Maps, DigitalGlobe, Yahoo! Maps, VirtualEarth, Gurtam, OpenStreetMap, iPhone maps, and others, but at variance with all these services, all will downloaded your card remainder at your computer, and you will can view them, even without connecting to the internet. In addition to satellite-based maps can work with political landscape, unite to maps, and the Moon and Mars.
Downloaded maps is implemented as certain area (probably not rectangular) and the movement at mapped. The maps often update – the program will allow you will to download only new ones.