What is TrackStick?
The Track Stick records its own location, time, date, speed, heading and altitude at preset intervals. With over 1Mb of memory, it can store months of travel information. All recorded history can be outputted to the following formats:
• RTF (Detailed text file with .html map links)
• CSV (Comma Separated Values)
• HTML (Webpage with graphics and maps)
• KML (Proprietary Google Earth file)
How it works
The Track Stick receives signals from twenty four satellites orbiting the earth. With this information, the Track Stick can precisely calculate its own position anywhere on the planet to within fifteen meters.
Where it works
The Track Stick will work anywhere on the planet Earth. Using the latest in GPS mapping technologies, your exact location can be shown on graphical maps and 3D satellite images.
The Track Stick’s micro computer contains special mathematical algorithms, that can calculate how long you have been indoors. While visiting family, friends or even shopping, the Track Stick can accurately time and map each and every place you have been.
Route Tracing (New!!)
Route tracing overlays a purple line on the map indicating where you’ve traveled.
• earth.google.com (Requires installing Google Earth)
Track Stick outputs .KML for compatibility with Google Earth. These 3D images are actual recordings of the Track Stick revealing where it has been.
Location histories can also be exported to the following maps:
• Microsoft Streets and Trips
• and many other third party mapping programs.
For more information visit www.trackstick.com