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products enable locating, tracking and monitoring people and assets, both globally and indoors. Designed to run on Open Mesh hardware, Accuware Wi-Fi Tracker is a real-time locating system (RTLS) that locates active WiFi devices with floor and room-level accuracy. Its dashboard integrates Cloudtrax with location-specific controls, seamlessly expanding Wi-Fi connectivity with location-based business value.
Quite useful for site surveys (scanning for unsecured Wi Fi access points), or surveying large areas as part of a larger security audit. Has slow down options for scanning whilst walking as well, so you can go for a stroll or a run around a site and the scanner will still work without consuming lots of battery powerIt can also be used if you just have a passing interest in seeing what is out there - for example you could take a drive around your city centre and see the state of access points (open, secured, insecure, etc).The CSV export lets you export the data for manipulation in your favourite spreadsheet editor (Excel, OpenOffice / LibreOffice), or visualise access points using the KML export.WiFi Tracker also knows about who made the accesspoint that it has found so can detect most accesspoints made by netgear, d-link, 3com, apple, linksys, and so onIf the Torque app is also running on the device, and you have a high-resolution (QStarz 818XT) GPS device connected to that app, then WiFi Tracker will augment it's GPS data automatically with the higher resolution data from TorqueIf you have any suggestions, drop me an email using the 'contact developer' link and I'll see what I can do!
Has anyone come across a wifi tracker based on Particle? Or would have some pointers to program one? It should be possible to do one for urban areas with abundance of hotspots.While a Rutgers University professor is working on an Android application , well-known developer Chainfire has already released its first version of a new application called Pry-Fi. The incredibly useful new app can completely turn off Wi-Fi tracking without actually turning off Wi-Fi features of devices, in order to stop, or at least minimize tracking.I'm not sure what you mean by 'wifi tracker' but I'm going to assume it's some kind of war-driving~ish idea?
You'd like to map open networks to GPS coordinates, or would you like to actually make a GPS tracker, using open networks?
The former has been realized in the form of '', then there's also the which detects open networks.Wifi Tracker allows you to see the state of wireless networks in your area. The app uses your smartphone’s wifi and gps capability to search all kinds of wireless networks in your area. Then, using GPS, it plots each hotspot on a maps, such as Google Earth, which you can use afterwards. The software is really useful because of this purpose, and comes in handy when you are out, and (because of this) you know all kinds of access points around you, be they secure, or open. A big advantage of this app is to also provide with the hassle free testing of networks, as it itself tests the networks, and highlights the one most suitable for you. So when it is available, why not give it a drive?Recent reports detailing sophisticated bulk data practices from the USA’s NSA, the British QCHQ or have revealed that spy agencies can use methods to track smart device users whose gadgets can connect to a wireless network. In addition to Wi-Fi tracking, .If the Torque app is also running on the device, and you have a high-resolution (QStarz 818XT) GPS device connected to that app, then WiFi Tracker will augment it's GPS data automatically with the higher resolution data from Torque