#10 Real-Time LTE Arduino GPS Tracker (Part 1)

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In this tutorial we learn how to turn the Botletics SIM7000 LTE Shield into a GPS tracker or generically, an IoT data logger!

NOTE: The Botletics SIM7000 shield requires a 3.7V LiPo battery that plugs into the JST connector on the board. Please also note the battery wire polarity (red should be on the left, and the board is marked with a "+" sign next to the JST connector). The board used in the video is an old beta/prototype version of the board.

(1/26/18): I updated the library and IoT_Example sketch with MQTT connect and publish support!

Buy the Botletics SIM7000 shield kit on Amazon.com: http://a.co/d/drSuRvc

- View the Instructable for this tutorial here: https://www.instructables.com/id/Arduino-LTE-Shield-GPS-Tracking-Freeboardio/

- See the Arduino library and example code on Github: https://github.com/botletics/NB-IoT-Shield/tree/master/Code/examples/IoT_Example

If you haven't already, it's recommended that you view my first Instructable on how to get the LTE shield set up: https://www.instructables.com/id/LTE-NB-IoT-Shield-for-Arduino/

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