AarLogic C10/3: Linux OS breadboard with GPS

Let’s take a break from all those ready to use, nicely finished GPS navigation systems and tracking devices and have a look at this tiny Linux machine with an embedded GPS receiver. It is called AarLogic C10/3 and with this, the possibilities are endless!!! (provided you have at least a BSE from an accredited university and the time and energy to actually build something out of this).

You can make your own sat nav device, vehicle tracking system, or even a satellite guided missile!

The breadboard includes a Quad-band GPRS module SiRF Star III GPS receiver, USB, RS232 and ethernet interface. It comes with 4 Mb NV memory standard but can be expanded a lot since you there’s also an SD-card reader.

The heart of the PC is two ARM processors, responsible on one hand for the GSM component, and on the other for applications executable under Embedded Linux. The processor module, including the GSM component, is also available for purchase separately. Despite its small surface area - roughly the size of a matchbox – its 160-pin socket provides a wide array of connectivity options. Aside from keyboards, digital cameras and reading devices, this also includes WLAN, Bluetooth and GPS components.

You’ll be pleased to hear that there is a free test server available visualisation of the geo-data.

It measures 104mm x 63mm (4″ by 2.5″) and costs €192.00. … via

2 Responses to “AarLogic C10/3: Linux OS breadboard with GPS”

  1. Peter Bodis Says:

    Hello our company is interesting about
    AarLogic C10/3: Linux OS breadboard with GPS. We want buy 2 pcs..later much more.. Or can you sell to us for demo price ?

  2. GPS Ortung Says:

    This gadget seems to be really interesting. Especially because you really have to work with it in order to make it work. I like that. Enough of all those ready-to-go-navis who all seem to be brilliant but no one sees whats behind it.

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