Licensing options for this format begin with FME Desktop Professional Edition.
FME reads from and writes to TomTom Points of Interest (POI) files.
TomTom POI files are binary files with a fixed schema, which can be imported into TomTom GPS devices.
Note: To use FME to translate to or from this format, you may need to install GPSBabel. GPSBabel is a free tool for converting between various GPS formats. Download GPSBabel from http://www.gpsbabel.org.
FME considers a single TomTom POI file to be a dataset.
Each dataset consists of features with point geometry, and uses the LL84 coordinate system.
The dataset is the destination filename. The feature type of each dataset is the filename.
The TomTom POI writer will only write data in decimal degrees (WGS84 datum). All features passed to the writer will be reprojected to LL84 (EPSG:4326) if this functionality is licensed. Features with no coordinate system are assumed to be in LL84.
The TomTom POI writer uses a fixed schema.
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