Guys, my next question is how can I show the Gmaps on my web based application? any refference?
I mean, where should my hardware sent the coordinate data and how the way my web-based app take the data and render-it into Gmaps.
We created a Cosm feed here which has a latitude and longitude data stream. Without graphical geo location mapping, it would be very hard to visualize the movement of the system. Cosm provides a simple geo-location mapping utility called Trails that can be placed on any regular website. However we found several limitations:The data points selected from the feeds are spaced out and hence produce jagged way points on the map.Only the last 24 hours of data is mapped.But, it gives us a rough idea on how everything would look. We are currently looking into writing a server side script that performs a HTTP GET request on the Cosm feeds and provides a geo-location mapping visualization using Google's mapping API. This will be next in our to do list!http://www.rocketscream.com/blog/2012/10/17/vehicle-tracking-logging-using-tralog-shield/