GPS to SD card data logger and compass

Posted on Tuesday, March 5th, 2013 in DIY by DP


Want to keep track of your trips from anywhere you are? Here’s a DIY GPS to SD-card data logger/compass by Ktulu:

Earlier this year I have bought on the flea market a used car GPS system, an Amstrad gp1000.  (Un)fortunately it was so badly damaged, that it could not be  repaired, so I thought I would reuse some parts from it. Then came the idea of building a portable GPS logger system.

Check out the video after the break.

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2 Responses to “GPS to SD card data logger and compass”

  1. Jerry Lueger says:

    Might make a nice add on for older vehicles.

  2. Vignesh says:

    I want to buy this project with demo and documentation.
    Please give a reply.

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