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12 May, 2014

Make Your New Car, Your Last Car – Vehicle Tracking

Blog - Make Your New Car, Your Last Car - Vehicle Tracking

A car is one of the greatest possessions you will ever have in your life; it takes you everywhere you need to go and is a space that is undeniably yours. Nonetheless most people try to refrain from frequently buying cars, given that purchasing a new car is a long...

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Hit Up That Food Truck: GPS Tracking for Food Trucks

These days food trucks have become something much greater than a dingy old truck off the side of the road. Today Food Trucks are Gourmet Destinations for Tourists, Locals, and Perfect for the Professional on a Lunch Break Some of the best gourmet food trucks in the United States...

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Misrouted: GPS for Fleets vs. Phone Navigation

Misrouted: GPS for Fleets vs. Phone Navigation

Story after story of people being misrouted by navigation on phones has popped up throughout the media in recent years. Preinstalled GPS navigation in cell phones can be extremely convenient, or awfully unreliable. For Fleets, Unreliable Phone Navigation Wastes Money and Time for Businesses Last November, an Anza Valley...

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17 Mar, 2014

From The GPSTrackit Classroom: History of The Global Positioning System

Like so much of technology, people all over the world make use of GPS tracking without knowing the history, or sometimes anything about the invention of it. GPS is defined as: “A navigational system using satellite signals to fix the location of a radio receiver on or above the...

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GPS and Solar Farms: A Match Made in Technology Heaven

How GPS Tracking Makes Expanding Sun Power Easier

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...

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Fleet Vehicle of the Week: 2014 Ram ProMaster

GPSTrackIt Fleet Vehicle of the Week

2014 Ram Promaster Snazzy, Jazzy 21st Century Features Carry the Cargo Van to a New Level of Utility With a sleek new design, multiple cab options, and rear doors that can be secured into place at 260 degrees on the sides of the vehicle, the all new Ram ProMaster...

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Using Space Age Tech to Track Solar Tech Makes Rooftop Solar Even More Cost Effective

Rooftop Solar Installer

Deploying GPS Tracking is One of Many Lessons New Energy Enterprises Can Learn from Traditional Businesses Since its introduction to the business and public sectors in the 1990s, satellite based GPS vehicle tracking has become a vital tool for many businesses and public agencies, from construction to services, delivery,...

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Fleet Vehicle of the Week: 2014 Ford Transit Connect

GPSTrackIt Fleet Vehicle of the Week

2014 Ford Transit Connect Exceptional Power, Economy & Flexibility in a Compact Commercial Van The 2014 Ford Transit Connect elevates the street smarts of compact, commercial vans to a new level of versatility for cargo, service and passenger fleets. Whether outfitted for hauling, tool storage, carpooling or taxi service,...

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Fleet Vehicle of the Week: 2014 Chevy Silverado 1500

GPSTrackIt Fleet Vehicle of the Week

The 2014 Chevrolet Silverado offers an eco-friendly engine with a maximum 420 horsepower, a pretty good combo for any fleet operation that requires pickup power, room for crew and cargo, and towing strength.

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What are You Building Today? Mountains of Paperwork or Meaningful Structures?

Mountains of Paperwork

Why Construction Jobs Can Benefit from GPS Tracking and Fleet Management Software Construction projects and machines go hand-in-hand. Contractors who deploy resources daily across one or many projects navigate a complex network of manpower and machine allocation. Commercial structures, public buildings, infrastructure projects, new housing developments, and even renovations...

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