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What is GPS?

What is GPS?

GPS or Global Positioning System, that were track the Vehicle’s location by device when the person or any other asset it is attached to by using the Global Positioning System. It also records the location of the asset at regular intervals in the central server system viewed by the owner.

This system was primarily developed and precise by United States govt, Department of Defense. Now this system has entered into the consumer market as well in the form of GPS vehicle tracking. This technology can now be used by civilians for personal or business purposes. But there are certain regulations that need to be followed before installing these systems.

The tracking data can be stored in the device or it can be transferred to the central server software or an internet-connected computer via communication satellite modem, radio or through a local cell phone network (GPRS). The data can be viewed real-time or can be analyzed later either on a map backdrop or text format, depending on the preference of the user and the system setting.

Retrieval of stolen vehicles has also been made easy with GPS vehicle tracking. By fixing these small devices in your vehicle, you can keep track on its position at any given time. The device can store data and Track the location through the mobile application.

Businesses which require these systems are the ones that own cars or fleet of vehicles to run their business. Businesses such as transportation, distribution, utility services, and others that require the use of vehicles to transport their goods or services to the customer on a daily basis would need GPS tracking system to track their employee’s activities and also to increase productivity and profits.

This tracking system helps you to protect your mobile assets such as cars, trucks, bikes, and even boat or ship and monitors them virtually anywhere and locate them within a few meters. You can get the updates on your vehicle’s location at regular intervals.

This vehicle tracking system, that tracks the vehicle’s current location, speed and direction. Most business owners and other consumers choose this data to be transferred to their central control center using Global Standard of Mobile communication (GSM) or other wireless technologies.