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Small form-factor GPS/GSM tracker

Posted on Thursday, April 10th, 2014 in data transfer by DP

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x893 writes:

New version of small form-factor GPS/GSM tracker.
Change MCU to EFM32 increase standalone time (previous version use STM32 MCU)
Also change old BMA180 to MMA8562 and add 32Mbit (4MB) flash chip to save data if GSM not available or battery low.

Use MS Azure platform for web site and service for collect data from trackers.
Based now on GL865 but with Fibocom GSM dimensions reduce from 24×24 to 24×18 mm (GPS antenna size 15×15 on my hand)

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5 Responses to “Small form-factor GPS/GSM tracker”

  1. manish says:

    hi, we would like to understand more about your small form-factor GPS/GSM tracker to use it in our products.

  2. manish says:

    hi, we would like to understand more about your small form-factor GPS/GSM tracker to use it in our products. please contact us at our email.

  3. George Baken says:

    It’s a new generation and small GPS/GSM tracker. It has contributed in latest technology and certainly boosted up the GPS technology market.

  4. Kison Ghan says:

    Hi,
    Is this commercialized? i have a project that will requires about 100 of GPS/GSM tracker with this formfactor, do drop me an email to discussed further…

    • Sleepwalker3 says:

      Click on the link just below the picture where it has the word ‘writes’ in blue. That will take you to the site and you can see a link there for Indiegogo.

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