Most people associate GPS technology with avid hikers, military operations, or—perhaps more commonly—as a built-in phone app for directions to that place you can never quite remember how to get to. What most people don’t realize is that GPS technology is being used to save lives around the world, from monitoring the positions of airplanes and trains to prevent crashes, to locating kidnapped children or lost hikers. The following are a few ways GPS tracking technology saves lives around the world. >> Continue Reading

Urban field service personnel spend their days navigating the hustling, bustling cities and suburbs, where populations are high and cell coverage abundant. Enterprises using GPS tracking to monitor vehicles, equipment and personnel can easily link field vehicles to fleet managers and dispatchers by transmitting data across ground-based cell-tower networks (CDMA / GPRS). >> Continue Reading

A vehicle tracking system can vastly improve the way your fleet operates by simultaneously increasing efficiency and reducing costs. Adding field service management tools to fleet GPS makes these benefits even more compelling. Imagine if every driver had a tablet that allowed them to select routes, communicate directly with dispatchers, and use third-party apps to make the customer experience even more enjoyable >> Continue Reading