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Trackstick

Updated on November 11, 2014

Trackstick GPS Location Recorders

Tracksticks are tiny GPS location recorders capable of continuously logging their own location histories for extended periods of time.

Tracksticks record location, time, date, speed, heading and altitude at preset intervals.

Traveled routes can be viewed directly in Google Earth. Includes GPX photo stamping feature for adding your favorite photos to you own maps.

How Does a Trackstick Work?

The Trackstick II receives signals from 24 satellites orbiting the earth. Using this precise data, the Trackstick II can calculate its own position anywhere on the planet to within fifteen meters.

Where Can I Use a Trackstick?

The Trackstick II will work anywhere on Earth. The users exact location and route traveled can be viewed and played back directly within Google Earth. Everything is included and there are no monthly fees.

Trackstick Uses

Tracksticks are used in a variety of applications. For example, hikers, geocaching enthusiasts, boats, explorers, runners and others are finding these units very useful for tracking and mapping a users path in the field.

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      MkSuavr18 8 years ago

      Well Some may Find this useful. I was going through the GPS Systems Online, comparing the Portable Units to the dash Board gizmos (Like Tom Tom)(I hate their commercials "SUE SUE" Showing some casterated shmoe acting as a Lap Dog (Dude Grow a Pair!) BUT it Looks the best bang for the Buck with Portable GPS Systems would Still be With Trackstick. Who ever created the Garmin is Pretty Swell, but Im still a trackstick Guy

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      MkSuavr18 8 years ago

      Google Earth Amazing Pdf I found on integrating into Google Earth as Well as Mapquest. 3 D Terrain with Real Time GPS tracking. This is Actually Amazing