MightyGPS Postal Letter Logger
The world’s first
letter-tracking GPS device:
Recording positioning of letter
mail from anywhere on the planet at customizable time
intervals, interfacing with Google Earth, and recording
down time, all fitted in a device conveniently and
completely unnoticed within a standard size envelope.
When housed in a standard number 10 business envelope,
the G.P.S. Letter Logger flows through mail sorting and
delivery systems as unnoticed as any typical piece of
mail, all the while gathering and reporting important
- Highly efficient
microprocessor developed by Texas Instruments and a
low-power consumption uBlox ANTARIS 4 GPS module
Merely a quarter of an inch thick, with the surface
area of a tri-folded sheet of paper
Minimal power requirements:
G.P.S. Letter Logger will operate up to 20 hours in a
pre-determined timed configuration or up to two weeks in
tilt mode using a slim 1100mAh battery
- Sensitivity of at least -158 dBm which allows the sensor to achieve a GPS lock within
seconds to help save power
- Will also achieve locks within a structure or vehicle
- Designed for long-term missions, the G.P.S.
Letter Logger requires power of 60mA while acquiring a
fix, and under 2mA in sleep mode.
Reporting is fully customizable:
- Users can choose to
receive reports every 2, 5 or 10 minutes or select tilt
mode which reports only when a tilting movement is
- Stores NMEA sentences and
device status in any operating mode, and stores files on
a standard micro-SD card.
Stored files are then opened on any program that reads
text files, converted to KML format and imported into
Google Earth. A tri-color LED indicator allows users to
easily see the status of the GPS Letter Logger.