Cellular Tracking Technologies has developed two wildlife telemetry devices, FlickerGPS and FlickerCL, designed for monitoring the migration patterns of small species such as American Robin, Green Jay, Sharp-shinned Hawk, and Northern Saw-whet Owl.
The LoRa technology penetration around the world is increasing and because of their ability to run on very minimal power, LoRa devices can be ideal for battery-intensive applications like remote weather monitoring, remote sensing, and tracking.
Loko from Dronee is an open source, battery operated GPS tracker that sends navigation data to its receiver via peer-to-peer LoRa radio and also works anywhere, even if there is no 2G/ 3G/LTE coverage.
GPS stands for Global Positioning System, which is a worldwide radio-navigation system. To track the location of the device, the GPS tracking system uses the Global Navigation Satellite System (GNSS) Network.
A definitive and comprehensive vehicle accident and rash driving identification and alert system using NodeMCU. Unlike other projects across the internet, it has a fully functional and independent circuitry.
Ever wondered how your phone software pinpoints your location while driving using GPS? The answer to this is that a small GPS module embedded in your phone communicates with a network of satellites to determine the location of your phone.