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Tracking a Vehicle With GPS

Discussion in 'Hobby Electronics' started by Johann Blake, Dec 11, 2003.

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  1. Johann Blake

    Johann Blake Guest

    You can read an article on a novel approach on how to build an
    inexpensive system to track a vehicle or any other type of object
    using a GPS receiver and other off-the-shelf hardware like a GSM/GPRS
    modem. The article is found at:

    This is part I in a series.

    By CloserWorlds

    Developers of Polaris: a software system for creating mobile solutions
    used to track, monitor and control data over the Internet. Polaris
    combines an XML web service, GIS, GPS, and the ability to track
    objects on a map in real time. Supports Microsoft MapPoint and
    OziExplorer. Useful for vehicle tracking, telematics, SCADA and remote
    data acquisition. Can be adapted by programmers.
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