GPS tracking and monitoring devices are being used to track people, pets, and even phones. They can provide information about a vehicle or equipment’s use and movements. So how is GPS technology being used to simplify agriculture and farming?
Deloitte’s 25th annual list ranks the fastest-growing North American companies in the technology sector.
GPS Trackit unveiled as a 2019 honoree on Inc. Magazine’s prestigious list of America’s Fastest Growing Private Companies.
February 6, 2019 – GPS Trackit, award-winning provider of fleet management software solutions, is proud to announce the acquisition of TSO Mobile, InTouch GPS, and FleetTrax.
Some really exciting technology is going to be hitting the automotive industry in the next few years. While there will be challenges with many of these technologies (getting your car hacked probably won’t be much fun), they probably won’t be too different from the ones we face today. Cars have been slow on the uptake with the latest technology trends, so it’s an exciting time to be an automotive geek!
How GPS Tracking Makes Expanding Sun Power Easier. Without the Sun, Earth could not support life. The Sun is why the plants grow, warms the planet’s surface, atmosphere, oceans, and is an amazing source of vitamin D for animals and humans. The Earth’s number one energy source, fundamentally, is the Sun’s rays. Utilizing this abundant, renewable, reliable energy to power our cars, buildings, etc. is an obvious direction for every nation.
Winter Weather in Wintertime is as Normal to the Motor City as the Auto Show. Neither snow nor rain nor Polar Vortices could ever stay the North American International Auto Show (NAIAS), which launched right on schedule for the press on Monday, January 13, 2014 in the Motor City.
As I was headed to work down a steep mountain road one morning, with several cars and trucks behind me, the fog was so thick I could barely see the headlights of oncoming cars. Suddenly, a vehicle with headlights OFF appeared out of nowhere, like a ghost, about 20 feet in front of me.
[companyInfo] 8 States Push to Increase Zero-Emission Cars Eight states, which roughly make up 23 percent of the country’s auto market, recently vowed to increase the nation’s number of zero-emission vehicles (ZEV) to 3.3 million by 2025. The aggressive plan would involve moving ahead with the construction of charging stations and other necessary infrastructure. The message […]