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“I like how easy it is to use with the Arduino IDE and Grove ecosystem.” – Lisa Li, Product Manager
The Wio Tracker (Wireless Input Output) is an open source gateway based on the ARM Cortex-M0+ and Arduino M0 MCU which enable faster IoT GPS solutions. This Arduino and Grove compatible development board helps you track nearly any moving thing on the planet and then upload that data wirelessly. By integrating Bluetooth 3.0 and GPRS (an LTE solution is planned for release in Q3), the Wio Tracker allows for flexible communication solutions. While there are GPS/GPRS shields available for Arduino and other development boards, Seeed believes that having a single board solution is the best approach to your project.
The Arduino and Grove compatibility allows for quicker development through numerous libraries and a supportive community. The GPS library which will be available with the board is not just limited to Arduino – it can function just as well if you chose to develop in C/C++. With 6 Grove connections available developers can plug in any combination of out 180+ sensors and actuators to make any project and solve any problem. Simplifying the prototyping and development phase is our goal.
The Wio Tracker is well suited for outdoor projects where the device can connect to the GPS satellites and provide a real-time location of the item it is attached to. The GPRS provides a moderate bandwidth which allows immediate interaction between the user and device. Some example projects could be a bicycle sharing service, tracking pets or livestock, locating a vehicle, or even keeping track of a child.
We mentioned earlier the Wio Tracker is a gateway to faster IoT solutions — and we meant it! Does your project need a few extra sensors, say a temperature sensor and maybe an accelerometer to tell the object's orientation? Our Grove sensors easily plug into our boards and allow you to quickly prototype and provide your project with a proof of concept. Next we can help you go from a prototype to an engineering sample, working with you to customize your own version of the Wio Tracker. Finally, if you decide to take your project to market we can help you with manufacturing, and even selling your product through our website and channels!
From making a fun GPS based project at home, to manufacturing and selling a GPS product to consumers, Seeed is here to help you succeed.
Please always plug a 3.7V Lipo battery in case USB power supply is not sufficient.
Connects with GPS + BeiDou + QZSS – Allowing for Higher Precision Location Around the Globe
99 Channels Allows for Quicker Lock Times
GLP Mode - 40% Power Consumption for Normal Mode
LOCUS Technology – Records Navigation Data Automatically
GPS, GSM, and BT Antennas Included
GSM AT Commands: GSM 07.07, 07.05 and enhanced AT Command
Bluetooth 3.0 with SPP Profile and HFP-AG Profile
6 Grove Connectors (2x Digital, 2x Analog, 1x UART, 1 I2C)
Arduino IDE Compatibility
Small Form Factor (54.7mm x 48.2mm)
Nano SIM and microSD 2-in-1 Socket
Class 4 (2W @850/900MHz)
Class 1 (1W @1800/1900MHz)
GSM 07.07, 07.05 and enhanced AT Command
Low Power Consumption:
GPRS Multi-slot Class 12:
Down to 85.6kbps
Up to 85.6kbps
Peer to Peer Message
Text and PDU mode
GPS L1 1575.42MHz
BeiDou B1 1561.10MHz
EPOTM turns on
2 x Grove Digital Port
GSM Power Button (MC20)
Reset Button (M0)
Board (No Battery): 45g
Additional Quotes from the Team
“I am excited to offer a development board with GPS, GPRS, and Bluetooth 3.0 solutions in such a small footprint.” – Ye Xiaobo, Product Manager.
Wiki of Wio Tracker - GPS, BT3.0, GSM, Arduino Compatible
Hi there, where are you located? as we know that US closed most of 2G network, the wio gps only supports 2g/gprs. some other places still open the 2g network. thanks.
Hi there~ Unfortunately, this board does not support play audio files.Regards
Hi tom~ This board can supply 100-200mA per Grove.Regards
Hi there~ Yes, you can use blooth without SIM card.Happy new year!
Hi Alvaro~In general
Hi there~ Thanks for your advice. Actually, we have made the 4G version, please check the link below and choose the suitable one. Regards.
Hi Alvaro~ Please refer to our wiki, if you still have problem, you can email us , Regards.
Hi there~ It is JST 1.0. Regards
Hi there~This depends on whether or not GSM is available in your location. If you can use GSM, then you can use it in Australia. Regards.
Hi there~ Yes, you can use normal phone battery or 18650 with our wio Tracker. Regards
Still under development. It should be coming soon.
Yes, it will.
Yes, the SAMD21 has an integrated RTC which can continue to run in low power states and wake up the system.
Hi, here you are: https://github.com/SeeedDocument/Wio_GPS_Board/tree/master/Wild_adventure_tracker_demo
It does work via USB, but it would be nice to be able to feed it 5V through a header or other connector. For my application charging/operating via USB is unpractical.
(I've soldered a connection directly to the board in my case, but it would be nice to have that feature already integrated.)
Wio GPS can power supply by two ways: one is usb cable, and charged battery in the same time; other is by battery.