In an attempt to test the consistency of GPS technology as a whole I set out with multiple GPS units to walk a path and see how each device captured the movement in its own way.

If the layout of a soccer field was replicated over and over again shouldn’t the results be the same every time because it is a set path? Since a soccer field has distinct and recognizable lines consisting of rectangles and circles the accuracy of the GPS data would be easy to analyze. The layout of a soccer field is widely known making it ideal for the project. 26 miles of track were recorded during this project.

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