When it comes to knowing where your assets are, nothing beats the security of GPS asset tracking. By installing a small, unobtrusive GPS asset tracker on valuable items like trucks, heavy equipment, and construction tools, you can keep tabs on their location no matter where they are in the world. 

Because they use satellite technology, you can access their location data from anywhere in the world with an internet connection.

Read More

Chicago Bank Slips GPS Tracker into Stolen Cash Bag


Have you ever looked at your monthly bank statement and wondered where all the money went? Maybe you could try the successful strategy used by the Chicago Police Department and a local bank. A GPS tracking device was placed inside a bag of stolen cash leading to the quick apprehension of the suspect. When a northwest suburban bank was robbed, police were able to follow the escape vehicle from 12,550 feet, and the stolen money. Read More

GPS is currently used in many vehicles and devices, as it has a range of benefits. If you lose your phone, you can easily find it with GPS tracking. If you forget where you park your car, you can locate it in no time with GPS. A similar principle applies to using GPS tracking for construction.

Can Asset Trackers Minimize Freight Delays?

Fleet managers use GPS asset management technology to keep tabs on their trucks as they deliver shipping containers all across the country. These managers like to know where their vehicles are at all times to ensure the product shipments are on track to reach their target destinations when they’re supposed to. Read More

Off-Road Heavy Construction Equipment GPS Tracking Growing

64% of trucking fleets are currently using a GPS fleet tracking solution in their organization. Adoption of fleet tracking is estimated at less than 20% among construction company fleets. This is surprising since some 80% of heavy equipment produced for the American market comes equipped with telematics. Dozens of OEM’s in the United States are trying to sell their hardware and software to the off-highway heavy equipment industry and its fleet managers. The data generated by telematics is increasingly useful to fleet managers. Read More