Summer is coming and we are sure that you are planning your holidays. There are some different ways to travel but we want to focus on car trips. It is known that in summer there is an increase of car sales. Regardless of this is your first trip in your new car or not, surely you like having your car ready for 'mile-eating' with new wheels and the engine tune up but, have you thought about a car robbers?
A car theft is one of the most common fears on holidays, even more if your car is new, so in Cooking Hacks we have the solution for traveling without worries: the Tracking Kit (GPRS+GPS) for Arduino, Raspberry Pi and Intel Galileo. This is one of our best seller kits because of its versatility and its ease to implement.
This kit basically consists of a GPRS+GPS Quadband Module (SIM908) which enable to develop real time tracking applications. Using it you can read GPS coordinates (longitude and latitude) with the Internal GPS Antenna and then send them by means of an Internal 4G-3G-GPRS-GSM Antenna using a HTTP request to a web server. Finally you can visualize this data in a maps app, for example Google Maps, in order to have the specific position of your car.
As you know, we like encouraging and easing you the development of applications with our products, for that, we offer you a 10% discount in the Tracking Kit (GPRS+GPS) for Arduino, Raspberry Pi and Intel Galileo. You have no excuse to design an amazing real time tracking application.
For more information take a look at our Tracking Kit (GPRS+GPS) for Arduino, Raspberry Pi and Intel Galileo tutorials:
- Where is my car? Real time GPS+GPRS Tracking of Vehicles Using Arduino
- Geolocation Tracker (GPRS + GPS) with SIM908 over Arduino and Raspberry Pi
Finally, enjoy with this videotutorial which was made by members of Cooking Hacks team explaining the car tracking functioning:
Now you can plan your holidays without worrying about where is your car because you will able to locate in every moment with out Tracking Kit (GPRS+GPS) for Arduino, Raspberry Pi and Intel Galileo.