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Is there any tool or method in order to convert Google Map route, direction into array of lat/lon coordinates? What I am trying to do is to simulate NMEA sentences in order to test my application.

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You can play with the Google Maps API, or, if you're just interested in quickly finding the coordinates of the waypoints on a Google Map route, you can generate a .gpx file (in either Garmin or "generic" format) using this tool

http://www.cgtk.co.uk/navigation/gpx

The resulting .gpx file has the data you need, in decimal degrees of lat & long. According to the instructions, Google's free API limits to 10 waypoints. Note that I don't have affiliation with A. S. Buden (http://www.cgtk.co.uk/)

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