The GPS Datalogger Kit includes the hardware you need to build your own system capable of logging your trip and displaying the data as a route within Google Earth™. Using your own USB Thumb Drive (required) you can store the data collected and transfer it to your PC. The source code for this kit is available from our website and complete details of the original project, published in the September 2009 edition of Elektor Magazine can be found on our support/discussion forums.

Features:
Plot a course and map the position of your travels easily and quickly.
Upload data to a portable USB thumb drive, FAT file system is supported.
Use Keyhole Markup Language (KML) to express geographic annotation on maps.
Recieve satellite signals.

Kit Contents:
(1) Super Carrier Board
(1) BASIC Stamp 2 Module
(1) GPS Module
(1) Memory Stick Datalogger
(2) 10K Resistors
(1) 220 Ohm Resistor
(2) Tact Switch
(1) Bi-Color LED