Here is a list of all mapping software I know of which is useful for maintaining node maps for a community network. This does not include commercial applications which may or may not prove useful in the long run. -- AdamShand
- NodeDB.com's software was based upon brismesh's software, with major revisions to the internal math functions and removal of all needed external binaries, covers to date 500 geographical areas world wide, and 10,000 node locations.
RadioMobile merges topographic data with a description of node equipment to generate coverage maps. Not easy to use, but great for line-of-sight checks and coverage maps.
SeattleWireless mapping software is also a mystery. It uses topographical maps but has no way to manage node data via the web.