Tracksticks are small GPS location recorders capable of continuously logging their own location histories for extended periods of time. These detailed recordings include time, date, location, speed, heading and altitude. Built-in flash memory and long battery life allows for the storage of months of travel information.
How it works
The Trackstick receives signals from twenty-four satellites orbiting the earth. With this information, the Trackstick can precisely calculate its own position anywhere on the planet to within 2.5 meters.
All recorded history can be outputted to the following formats:
KML (Google™ Earth file)
GPX (GPS data Exchange)
RTF (Detailed text file with .html map links)
CSV (Comma Separated Values)
HTML (Web page with graphics and maps)
Histories can also be outputted to most mapping services, including:
Microsoft™ Streets and Trips™
Where it works
The Trackstick will work anywhere on the planet Earth. Using the latest in GPS mapping technologies, your exact location can be shown on satellite-based maps and 3D geographical terrain.
The Trackstick's micro-computer can even calculate how long you have been indoors. While visiting family, friends or even shopping, the Trackstick can accurately time and map each and every place you have been.
When histories are viewed, Trackstick overlays a red line on the map indicating where you've traveled. The location and length of each stop is clearly indicated on each map making it easy to see each and every place the Trackstick has been.