Oziexplorer was one of the first GPS Mapping Softwares, since 1996. Oziexplorer runs on your PC or laptop and connect with most GPS receivers for real time tracking of GPS position (Moving Map) and Garmin, Magellan and Lowrance GPS receivers for the upload/download of waypoints, routes and tracks. 

There is also an android version of Oziexplorer for your phone. 

Find below instructions for importing Anavasi maps in Oziexplorer.

Import a Single DRG Map

Select the Import Map/Single DRG Map Option on the File Menu.

Step 1 - Find the image file of the map you want to import.

You need to know the name of the image file of the map you want to import. (It must be one of the supported image types such as TIF, BMP, PNG, JPG, SID, ECW, .....). You will have to find out this name from the information supplied with the CD, I would assume.

Press the OK button and the software will allow you to navigate through your Disk Drives and Directories until you locate the file. If the CD is from the USGS then the file would normally be located in the DATA folder. When you have located the file, select it by double clicking on the name or click on the name and press the Open button.

A METADATA (FGD or other) file may also be available for the image. This is usually located in the METADATA directory of the CD. If you copy the image file to your hard drive the metadata (FGD) file must also be copied and placed in the same directory as the image file.

Step 2 - Specify the Name and Path of the OziExplorer Map file you want to create.

The Map file name will be the same name as the image file but with a .MAP extension. The name of the file can be changed but do not change the extension. Save the file.

Step 3 - The newly created Map will now be opened.

From now on you open the Map by selecting the MAP file using the Load Map from File option. The original image must always be available when opening the map.

The map calibration used can be viewed using the normal Check Calibration of Loaded Map menu option.