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UPDATES Oct 17, 2013: I have published a guide on using your Android phone to accomplish a similar task by leveraging your Android device's built...
WIRING THE ARDUINO GND GND rail of the breadboard (usually the blue row) 5V To 5V VIN of the SD card 3.3V ...
LOGGING TO THE SD CARD The SD card, or Secure Digital card, is a non-volatile solid-state flash memory. Meaning if we disconnect power, it will retai...
LS20031 GPS RECEIVER SPECIFICATIONS I am using the LS20031 GPS receiver in this prototype to tag logged data with both geographic location and date/t...
The ADXL335 is a 3-axis analog acceleration measurement sensor. That's a mouthful. Basically, this gizmo can detect speed of movement, also known as g...
This program reads the LS20031 GPS receiver and saves the NMEA sentences generated by the receiver as-is to the SD card. The program also reads the X...
For those who want to use this prototype as a generic GPS logger, to track your path, just upload the Arduino code below. This program will generate r...
With enough road data captured on the SD card, we now start the data scrubbing and re-formatting in preparation for analysis and visualization in Exce...
First, let's open GPSvisualizer and open the "Plot data points" page: http://www.gpsvisualizer.com/map_input?form=data STEP 1: Find the scroll box t...
Since time-stamping logged data is important for many projects, I will explain how to extract and format the GPS generated time/date data. In this pr...
NOTE: I have oversimplified the concepts in this section to keep this guide short and accessible. For those who are interested in a more detailed exp...
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