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Wearable GPS tracking device by GPSports Systems Pty Ltd

SPI-10 Sports Performance Indicator and accessories consisting of hand-held device, heart rate watch, charger unit, data interface cable, GPSports Analysis software, Quickstart Guide booklet, heart rate sensor and elastic strap, carry pouch, strap and case.

The SPI-10 uses the Global Positioning System (GPS) to record the location of an athlete during training. An athlete or a team of players can wear it to record their time, position, and speed during activity. It can also record heart rate when worn with a heart rate transmitter. All the information can then be downloaded to a computer to help coaches with training analysis and planning.
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