GPS tracking is a system that uses satellites to track the location of a vehicle or asset. Read More
Because they use satellite technology, you can access their location data from anywhere in the world with an internet connection.
How Georgia Federal Agencies and Police Use GPS Tracking
Using GPS to Locate Criminals and Gather Evidence
Vehicle tracking systems have been used by government agencies as a way to gather evidence against crime. The advances in both GPS (Global Positioning System) and GNSS (Global Navigation Satellite System) technology present many advantages as well as challenges for law enforcement use. Read More
Using a GPS tracking system for trailers is a great way to monitor the locations of your vehicles, your products, and the status of shipments. However, like most things in life, not all tracking systems are created equal, and not all solutions are the best for every application. Even a high-quality GPS tracking system that is designed for fleet management might not be a good fit for trailer tracking.
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A series exploring how to find the right fleet management solution for your business. In part three, we look at the important service, training and support questions you must ask.
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With more than 1,500 satellites and a debris field of broken parts orbiting the Earth, our planet from space probably looks a bit cluttered. Each satellite was sent to space for a specific purpose, whether to provide a tracking network for location devices, or to test the limits of human possibility.