Full tutorial: labs.mediatek.com/site/global/developer_tools/mediatek_linkit/documentation/bicycle-tracking/tutorial/
The PubNub/MediaTek bicycle tracker utilizes the LinkIt ONE development board's GNSS features to acquire the position of a bike in real time. The data is then uploaded to the EON real-time dashboard over a GPRS connection using the PubNub LinkIt ONE library support. The EON real-time dashboard provides a visualization of the data on a map.
By the end of this tutorial you'll have a fully functioning IoT prototype, which gathers GPS data, then transmits the data through a GPRS connection to enable control and visualization using cloud services on a PC.
This tutorial guides you through:
- Building the prototype, with details of the hardware requirements and how to put them together to create the Bike Tracker.
- Creating the software to provide the interfaces with the GNSS receiver on the LinkIt ONE development board to collect the data and implement data communications to send that data to the EON dashboard.
- Creating publish and subscribe channels using the PubNub API and PubNub LinkIt ONE library to communicate the data with the PubNub Data Stream Network, using the GPRS features of the LinkIt ONE development board.
- Sending your Bike Tracker location data to the EON real-time dashboard for real-time visualization.
At the end of the tutorial there are details on where to go for additional information on the LinkIt ONE development board and how to create software for it.