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ATmega GPS SMS Alerter [Project]
posted January 31 2014 3:55.59 by spic0m

Alex Iannuzzi from InsideGadgets made this GPS SMS Alerter as a part of a larger project.

"Previously I made a ATtiny GPS Long Lat logger to record the GPS co-ordinates to an EEPROM and now it's time to implement the full functionality of my project which is to check an accelerometer for motion, monitor the GPS until we are in a certain area and then send an SMS. If it's a few KM away from the area, then it'll turn the GPS off for a few minutes and check again later but if it's close to the area, it will keep checking the GPS as long as movement is detected within 1 minute."

[Link: Inside Gadgets]

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