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Realtime GPS+GPRS tracking of vehicles using Arduino

Posted on Sunday, September 14th, 2014 in Arduino, code, sensors by the machinegeek


Javier from CookingHacks writes:

We made a step by step article about how to track vehicles using Arduino + GPRS / GPS. Then we integrated the information using the Google Maps API. All the code is available with open source license.

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One Response to “Realtime GPS+GPRS tracking of vehicles using Arduino”

  1. jorge hernandez says:

    exelente me intereza este proyecto

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