I have 10 AudioMoth's which are great for static recording of bats in GB. However I would really like to use them to record on the move, ie with a cycle or hanging outside a car window to find how traffic affects recordings. I have used one outside the car and it worked well, however, I had no idea exactly where I was for each bat! Therefore I would need to add a GPS. How could I do this and what GPS would you recommend and would something have to be written to get the two machines to talk to each other?
I am an amateur, therefore I cannot afford to buy a few Wildlife acoustics machines, and my computer literacy is very poor - think talking to your granny!
Thank you very much, for responding. I will definitely look at this. Thank you once again.
If you have a handheld GPS you can use Myotisoft Transect to sync your GPS track log with your acoustic files. I've never used it before, so I don't know how well it works. They have a 30-day free trial, so you can try it out to see if you like it.