To quote my last article, “Working with IoT data is a layered process, not unlike a parfait.” But whereas last time we worked with an Onion Omega 2 to ingest GPS data, we’ll use a Raspberry Pi Zero. Let’s run through the equipment you need and how to make it happen.

I recommend the BU-353-S4 USB GPS. It works well with Raspberry Pis and is very affordable. Connecting this to a RPIWZ, I can run this on a small battery and bring this everywhere for location tracking. Put it on your delivery truck, chasis, train, plane, drone, robot, and more. I’ll track myself so I can own the data.

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