The Omata One Speedometer Device Uses GPS Technology

 - Apr 5, 2016
References: omata & gizmag
A startup by the name of Omata, based in Finland, has developed an ingenious and exceptionally innovative new analog speedometer device called the 'One'.

What's great about this particular analog speedometer is the fact that it does not necessarily have to be paired up with a smartphone. Indeed this analog speedometer device makes use of its very own GPS module to figure out the rider's speed based on how much time they take to move from one geographical point to the next. As an added bonus, the information is all displayed on a simple analog dial that is designed to be very easy to read.

This analog speedometer will surely appeal to serious cyclists who want to have a better gauge on their performances.