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Learn to build a fully functional GPS tracking system from scratch
Learn to build a fully functional GPS tracking system from scratch. I have always been a firm believer in learning by doing and in this course, you will learn what you need to know by hands-on experience. You don’t need any special knowledge except basic computer skills to get started with the course. Every one of you comes from a different background and hence; the course is crafted from basic to advanced level with minutely detailed in every video. The course is divided into 7 sections. Please note that the project covered in the course will work on any version of the Raspberry Pi. Only to keep the project development cost down and to embed the circuit anywhere we are primarily targeting Raspberry Pi Zero Wireless board.
At the end of the course, you will have a solid foundation on the navigation system. You will find it easy to build your own device from scratch.
In this course, you’ll learn what you need to know by getting hands-on experience. Please note that the project covered in the course will work on any version of Raspberry Pi. Only to keep the project development costs down and embed the circuit anywhere, we are primarily using the Raspberry Pi Zero Wireless board.
- Design your own advanced data streaming and visualization tool to view the detailed tracking information of the moving vehicle
- Develop a complete IoT-based GPS system to track the real-time movement of the vehicle in the web dashboard
- Code in Python and extract the required information from the GPS module
- Automate the GPSD to start on boot
- Fetch raw data from the GPS module using Linux commands
- Successfully test the GPS module in the Windows and Linux environments
- Get to know the working principles of the Global Positioning System (GPS)
- Set a static IP address in the latest Raspbian OS
- Access the graphical user interface of the Raspberry Pi without using any external monitors
- Install the latest operating system on Raspberry Pi Zero wireless without a monitor, keyboard, or mouse
- Perform IP scanning and wirelessly access Raspberry Pi using Putty
- Get to know the difference between Raspberry Pi Zero Wireless and Raspberry Pi 3
- Get detailed knowledge about Raspberry Pi Zero Wireless and its previous versions