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GPS Logger supports 5 additional sensors.

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Press Release Summary:

June 10, 2014 - With GPS, 3D gyro, 3D tilt, digital compass, altimeter, and acceleration sensor, Aaronia GPS Logger enables real-time recording and viewing of alignment, altitude, and acceleration of logger in X, Y, and Z axes. Miniature unit features update rate of 35 complex sensor data sets per second. Data can be stored directly on integrated micro-SD card and/or transferred live via USB streaming. Maximum data rate is 50 MB per hour without compression.

Aaronia USA

651 Amberton Crossing, Suwanee, GA, 30024, USA

Original Press Release

New GPS Logger with 5 Additional Sensors

Press release date: June 6, 2014

GPS, 3D Gyro, 3D Tilt, digital compass and acceleration sensor

Aaronia GPS Logger contains a multitude of sensors with an extremely high update rate.

The Aaronia AG presents a new miniature GPS logger with 5 additional sensors, which in addition to the GPS information also completely records altitude- / position and movement information. That has not existed in this form before.

The Aaronia GPS Logger offers a very high update rate of up to 35 complex sensor data sets per second. This enables a “Real-Time” recording/viewing of the alignment, altitude and acceleration of the Logger in all axes (X, Y, and Z). The data can either be stored directly on the integrated micro-SD card (supported up to 4 GB) and/or transferred live via USB-streaming. The maximum data rate is about 50MB per hour (without compression). The data rate can (customized) also be adapted to reduce data volume or to extend the record time on the micro-SD card for recording over weeks and months.

Aaronia offers also PC Software for data evaluation (Windows, MAC, OS and Linux compatible). This software allows a live view of the sensor data (USB streaming) and import of log-files from the micro-SD card.

Included in the delivery is e. g. a transport case, different adapters to read the micro-SD card, PC software and a USB cable.

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