Tracking refers to recording position of an something continuously.

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How to record tracks finer than 10-30cm resolution (possibly using an iPhone)?

I am trying to record tracks at a much finer scale than is possibly with GPS but hopefully using something simple and cheap, ideally an iPhone. The resolution for track data I am after is around ...
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Triangulation Algorithm

I want to track device using triangulation algorithm. It works fine with 3 BTS stations at 3 different locations. What should I do if only 1 or 2 BTS exists.
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Different ways to publish media-enhanced route/trail information to mobile users

I'm looking for some different approaches that a non-profit I'm helping could use to publish information about some tourism routes. Each route is 1-2 tracks, with some historical background ...
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Cleaning GPS track data

I have data captured with a GPS tracking unit. Some track have bad/cold starts and the only way to determine the track quality is by using the altitude. Unfortunately I don't have the raw GPS data and ...
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Fleet tracking software options

Before I sit down and make the mistake of start writing my own, I wanted to know my options for good, modern, fleet tracking options that are not too expensive. What I am looking for is something that ...
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How to get the layers of my project to show while tracking with GPS?

I've been using/testing several versions of various GIS software and run into occasional issues. Right now, my biggest with QGIS is with GPS connection/downloading from/tracking. These are all ...
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Overview of GPS tracking system technologies

Background: I've been asked by a friend to estimate the cost of setting up a GPS tracking system for a small fleet of buses, so we can do real time reporting of bus locations via a webmap. In my ...
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How to derive vehicle paths from timestamped location data?

I've got a bunch of location data for snow plows. There's a unique id for every plow, a timestamp, and x & y coordinates. Instead of knowing where hundreds street plows were at one minute ...