Discussion related to external and internal GPS / GLONASS / Galileo / BeiDou sensors
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HSV Guy wrote: ↑
Sun Mar 03, 2019 10:43 pm
--edit -- Used the friction mount today and it didn't move at all. I am actually quite impressed at how well it sticks to the dash - mine isn't perfectly smooth so I was wondering if it might move around a bit but doesn't all.
Did you use the gps in a trackday on the friction mount on the dashboard and nothing moved? If yes, then this is really impressive!
Nevertheless, even for the case of an accident, I think I would prefer a sturdier way to secure the gps on the dashboard..
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Connect the GLO es recommended by Garmin. This will feed in GLO data into iOS’s location service. In LapTimer it will appear as “iPhone GNSS” but deliver a higher update rate than 1Hz and better accuracy.