- Part 1: Equipment
- Part 2: Connecting the Fona
- Part 3: Using the Cellular Connection
- Part 4: Reading from the GPS
- Part 5: Streaming GPS Data
- Part 6: Putting it all Together
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What if your Raspberry Pi Zero could access internet services from anywhere? What if your Fona Cellular GSM and GPS breakout had the brains of a full Linux computer behind it? What if you could access the Fona's cellular capabilities and GPS data from a Raspberry Pi at the same time?
Well, you'd have a pretty sweet start to any IoT project you can think of. And this tutorial's gonna help you do it.
Project level: Advanced Beginner Approximate time to complete: 40 minutes Approximate impressiveness: Immeasurable
In this step-by-step tutorial, you will:
- setup a serial connection between the Fona and the Pi Zero
- learn how to use the Fona's cellular connection to give the Zero internet access
- learn how to access the Fona's built-in GPS
- setup the Pi Zero to collect GPS info and then stream it over a cellular connection
Note: If you're looking to use a Pi Zero W or Pi 3, see here.