Things used in this project

Hardware components:
AT&T IoT Starter Kits
SeeedStudio Xadow GPS v2
Software apps and online services:
AT&T IoT Kit
Use the AT&T IoT solution to enable the in-the-field realtime data exchange.
AT&T Flow
Provide the server side business logic. Managing the hiking sessions. Handling data reported by each device.
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PubNub Publish/Subscribe API
The realtime location from each device is eventually published to PubNub and received by the Javascript client subscribers to render the realtime map
New google maps logo
Google Developers Google Maps
Showing the realtime location and path for each hiker in a hiking group
ARM mbed mbed Compiler
Used to programming the AT&T IoT device
Used to host the realtime map web page.
Hand tools and fabrication machines:
09507 01
Soldering iron (generic)
Solder the headers/wires for the Xadow GPS module


Wire up Xadow I2C GPS through PMOD port


Hiking Pal Realtime Map
This is the realtime map showing the path/locations of all hikers in a hiking group. It listen to the PubNub topic to get update, and draw paths on top of the Google maps view.



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