My GPS sensor is "selfmade" and it also uses "selfmade" JETI-EX-telemetry. GPS data is logged to my DS-16 as you do it with your solution. Thus, I expect, that the Powerbox GPS will also work with this application.
Unfortunately it is Windows based. There is a JAVA based application from Jeti which is called "Flight Monitor". I do not use it and cannot tell you anything about it. You can find it somewhere on the Jeti web site.
Thank you very much for all your help guys!
It seems that "application is damaged" means that the Mac won't allow you to use "unknown/third party programs".
You can disable this function in the settings of Mac.
Although I have to learn how "data explorer" works, I did manage to see all data of my flights of last monday.
Very cool to see all your sensors and data.
Guido suggested to export the GPS data and import it is Google earth and YES!!!! It works!
Here the screenshot of one of my flights with my Ultraflash. Damn, didn't know I flew that far away everytime.
Also my topspeed of 420 km/h seems reasonable with a P-160SX.