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On a weekly basis, we will post highlights from news found across the net that relates to GPS tracking, hardware, software, vehicle tracking and location, or asset monitoring and protection.
This weeks news focus is on GPS Tracking.
Court Says No GPS Tracking? How About Cell Phone Tracking?
The Supreme Courts have determined that it is a Fourth Amendment violation to knowingly track someone using GPS without a warrant.
Not happy with this ruling, the government is seeking to obtain people’s location through their cell phones.
GPS tracking is a powerful solution to vehicle tracking and location, but is that solution being abused by the powers that be in an effort to keep the public safe?
Consumer Reports: GPS Pet-Tracking Devices
If you own or have ever owned a pet you can understand the fear and worry when they happen to run off.
Companies are understanding that pet owners treat their furry friends like family, and they’re creating innovative products to keep them safe and sound.
Using a GPS solution to track your pets is a simple way of creating peace of mind that you’ll always be able to find them.
Planned Metrolink GPS System Might Have Averted Deadly Chatsworth Crash
On Sept. 12, 2008 a Metrolink commuter train and a Union Pacific freight train collided in Chatsworth, Ca. killing 21 people from Ventura along with four others.
The California DOT awarded a $20.9 million grant to begin building the Positive train control system, a GPS train tracking system that could very well have saved the lives lost had it been in place in 2008.
With the companies expanding telematic V2V, V2X, and V2I technology, a GPS system such as Positive Train Control or any of the GPS solutions offered by GPSTrackit would be beneficial in creating additional safety and security among your fleet.