Build a car hacking spy device to remotely read and send CAN commands and track GPS location. All based on open source software/hardware.
An ultra low-power GPS tracker with S.O.S alert button, tracked over a LoRa mesh network.
Meshtastic is a project that lets you use inexpensive ($30-ish) GPS radios as an extensible, super long battery life mesh GPS communicator.
A Soracom GNSS tracker with motion detection, data visualization, and rule-based alerts.
In part 1, I showed how to set up a simple LoRaWAN gateway. Now I’ll demonstrate how to use end devices in a real LoRaWAN application.
How to connect Sony Spresense board with The Things Network using LoRa.
Sightsee at your pace. Just plug in your headphones and go.
Keep track of your buddy's location in the water without having to radio in and get their direction.
This is a GPS enabled audio player for a friend's new hilarious project where comedy meets tourism. This is a fake walkie-talkie.
Readers can learn how to collect and display the environmental data through Arty S7, 4 Pmods and a touchscreen display.
Create a Sigfox GPS tracker using Wia and the Pycom SiPy in a few easy steps.
This completely open-source LTE shield for Arduino uses the latest and greatest CAT-M NB-IoT technology optimized for low-power IoT devices!
Using the Sigfox network, an mcDemo205 device and Microsoft's Azure IoT hub, we'll display locations using powerful visualization tools!
I built this project for the fun of it, to display our current GPS coordinates on a small OLED display. Based on Xinabox running an ARM M0+.
Having problems with your car speedometer?! Just build a GPS-based one.
We use an Arduino to build an autonomous "follow me" cooler that connects to a smartphone via Bluetooth and uses GPS to navigate.
For this build, I put together a backpack to take pictures when I am close to places that I like; especially in London.
Do you have a PocketC.H.I.P.? Are you a bicyclist? Do you love recording your rides? Then PocketStrava is the project you are looking for!