Realtime GPS Vehicle Tracking Sends Data using GSM



If you like the idea of having a GPS tracking device in your car to monitor the actual location of it there are some devices that you can simply purchase like the  SilverCloud we saw before. But if you like to build things yourself have a look at the Realtime GPS Vehicle Tracking device that Sends Data using GSM by the guys over at Cooking Hacks. Not sure what this has to do with cooking but I am not one to talk…

“It will send you an SMS with the location, longitude and latitude at the moment, and it also sends GPS data to a web server with the realtime position (Google Maps). Thanks to the GPS+GPRS shield you can track your car in realtime. This shield is programmed to recognise your number and only if it is correct it will send you this data.”




  • By Alan Parekh
  • Posted in Technology
  • Tagged Cool Gadgets, DIY Hacks, Electronic Hacks
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