Hema Maps has a cloud platform that allows users to sync their tracks, waypoints and photos between their devices.
The Hema Cloud (new cloud) is compatible with the HX-2, AMHXD3 and 4x4 Explorer App. The new cloud can be accessed from this link.
The Hema Explorer Cloud (old cloud) is compatible with the HX-1 and Explorer App. The old cloud can be accessed from this link.
The reason there is two clouds is that the old cloud was built on technology that is now very dated and is not compatible with the new Hema Digital Platform that all Hema's digital products are now released on.
The new platform is built using the new Hema Digital Map which allows significant improvements in data quality, load speed, file size and capability for our online and app based digital products.
The new Hema Digital Platform is a true multi-platform system built around the Hema Digital Map for functionality, but centered around the concept of a Hema Maps account which will enable you to manage your account information, subscriptions and store your tracks and images.
At present, GPX files can be downloaded individually to transfer tracks from the old cloud to the new cloud or can be transferred in bulk by using the tool available within the cloud (under the profile drop down list 'MIGRATE FROM OLD CLOUD'. As a matter of course we would encourage users on both the old and new cloud to back-up their data to a local storage device.