TrackingTheWorld has released a powerful extended life battery pack for covert tracking with the firm’s Enduro Pro tracking devices. The external GPS battery pack has the capability to extend battery life from one to three weeks based on the user’s chosen reporting frequency, and the amount of time the tracker is in motion. The case is equipped with 4 recessed magnets to quickly and firmly mount on any car frame or other magnetic surface
The durable battery case contains an 8.5-amp/hr. lithium polymer rechargeable battery, and a space to insert the tracking device. The pack also includes a cable for connecting the tracker to the extended life battery and charger.
Water resistant, the undercover tracking battery case is compact, measuring just 2 X 3.6 X 4.3 inches. The device automatically conserves power by hibernating when the connected tracker senses no motion.
In addition to covert tracking applications, the battery pack may also be used for fleet tracking, asset protection, law enforcement applications, and personal use.
TrackingTheWorld, based in Burlingame, California, exclusively specializes in GPS tracking software, trackers, covert tracking, and accessories. Founded in 2003, the firm offers a wide variety of GPS tracking devices, accessories, and revenue sharing plans for GPS tracking dealers. For more information, please call 650-692-8100, email firstname.lastname@example.org, or visit www.trackingtheworld.com.
Philippines LTFRB Calls for GPS on Public Buses By April 30th
Manila officials are attempting to control excessive speeding among public transportation officials through fleet tracking. Calling for GPS tracking devices in all provincial buses before the end of April, officials hope to utilize the GPS trackers and GPS tracking software to determine which buses are habitually speeding to improve the transportation.
ULA Launches New GPS Satellite on February 5
The United Launch Alliance completed a successful launch of a new GPS tracking satellite on February 5, 2016. This launch was the final of 12 new satellite launches, collectively known as the Block II-F series. Built by Boeing, and monitored by the United States Air Force, the launch of the $131-Million GPS Satellite is intended to improve GPS tracking, including fleet tracking and covert tracking, worldwide. 30 of 50 orbiting satellites remain active, with the first launched in 1978.
GPS Tracking Software Art
Here’s a new twist on the many uses for GPS tracking software. Creative fitness enthusiast have begun creating GPS tracking art via their outdoor fitness running and biking routes. By planning an exact route, the resulting GPS software display will appear in a desired shape, likeness, or pattern.
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Coast Guard Warns Mariners About GPS Jammers
The coast guard recently cautioned mariners of the possible risks of GPS jamming devices, noting cases where vessels were without GPS tracking navigation for some time. In the absence of GPS tracking software, mariners rely on terrestrial navigation, and magnet compass information.
Peru Cleaning Up Trash with Help of GPS Tracking Equipped Vultures
GPS tracking is for the birds in Lima, Peru where officials have declared war on trash dumping, and are relying on GPS equipped vultures to lead them to problem dumping sites. Future plans also include outfitting the feathered environmental monitors with cameras.
GPS WORLD Reports 8-Million GPS Tracking Devices Used for Fleet Tracking
If you’ve ever doubted the critical role GPS tracking software plays in today’s business world: According to a study released by C.J. Driscoll and Associates, GPS World reports that a staggering 8M GPS trackers and wireless devices are in use for fleet management applications. By 2019, this number is expected to reach 14 million units, with service revenues projected to reach $4.7 Billion.
Future Indiana restraining orders may come with GPS trackers. A new proposal may give judges the authority to issue GPS ankle bracelets in cases where the alleged abuser is forbidden from contacting the party requesting the order. Given that many subjects of restraining orders ignore them, the added security measure of GPS trackers may provide victims the opportunity they need to escape an alleged abuser.
TrackingTheWorld recently announced considerable price reductions on the firm’s GPS tracking software, allowing aspiring GPS dealers and high tech entrepreneurs to more affordably launch GPS tracking businesses in 2016.
“Our unlimited GPS tracking software licensing option now reflects a discount of more than 40-percent. It’s a smart choice for starting your own business with minimal cash investment and unlimited earning potential,” said Gilbert Walz, CEO of TrackingTheWorld.
TrackingTheWorld’s GPS tracking software licenses authorize individuals to access the company’s web-based tracking software under their own business name while setting subscription prices for their customers. “The more software activations and monthly subscriptions generated by the business owner, the more he or she will earn as monthly recurring income,” said Walz.
Often utilized by law enforcement and government agencies for covert tracking applications, personal protection, fleet tracking, and private industry, GPS tracking software appeals to a broad variety of businesses, and public institutions. Licensees may choose to market monthly GPS tracking services to a general audience or specialize in providing services to more specific niche markets, including private investigations.
The software is compatible with nearly all GPS trackers, licensees also receive the best available wholesale pricing on TrackingTheWorld GPS trackers and accessories. This benefit offers the opportunity to sell GPS devices at a considerable profit. “We’re committed to providing the support necessary to launch and manage successful GPS tracking businesses,” said Walz.
TrackingTheWorld offers two licensing packages, including the option to track up to 50-assets for $3,495, and an unlimited tracing option for $4,995. After purchasing the 50-asset option, at any time a licensee may select to upgrade to the unlimited option for the cost difference of just $1,500.
TrackingTheWorld, based in Burlingame, California, exclusively specializes in GPS tracking software and devices. Founded in 2003, the firm offers a wide variety of GPS tracking devices, accessories, and revenue sharing plans for GPS tracking dealers. For more information call 650-692-8100, email email@example.com, or visit www.trackingtheworld.com.
TrackingTheWorld Offers Revenue Sharing for
U.S. GPS Tracking Dealers
Burlingame, CA—TrackingTheWorld, exclusively specializing in GPS tracking for more than 12-years, is partnering with GPS tracking dealers and distributors within the United States to offer revenue sharing. Partnerships are based based on customer software subscriptions, and dealers are eligible for 25-percent earnings after generating just ten accounts.
“Our revenue sharing option allows GPS tracking dealers and distributors to generate monthly recurring income while we manage their subscribers’ accounts,” said Gilbert Walz, CEO of TrackingTheWorld. Owners wishing to transfer existing accounts from other software providers are also eligible for revenue sharing, with agreements tailored to each dealer’s specific requirements.
The benefits of partnering with TrackingTheWorld include knowledgeable tech support services for both professional and personal users, phone support, and best prices on TrackingTheWorld’s GPS tracking devices and accessories. No cash investment is required for revenue sharing agreements.
For those interested in starting their own GPS tracking businesses, TrackingTheWorld also offers white label GPS tracking software available for licensing. After purchasing a license, buyers have access to a private software server, which authorizes them to subscribe their own customers and set monthly subscription rates under their own business name. The software is highly customizable, including personalized color schemes, branding, and multiple viewing options.
TrackingTheWorld recently released the Enduro Pro 3G GPS tracking device which includes multiple new features and 3G GSM quad-band capabilities. With 3G service capabilities, the EnduroPro 3G allows users to avoid coverage gaps caused by the phase out of 2G services expected by mobile carriers over the next year.
The Enduro Pro 3G tracker offers expanded territory coverage, particularly for those in remote, weak signal areas. The device is ideal for vehicle tracking, employee monitoring, asset tracking, and surveillance or covert tracking applications. A newly designed thumb-sized button with vibration confirmation on the front of the device serves as an easy-to-access, larger-sized panic button.
Water resistant and durable, the Enduro Pro 3G offers superior sensitivity and faster times to first fix. Depending on the specific application and user preferences, the GPS tracker is capable of both real time and periodic tracking through a backend server.
For extended battery life, the new 3G tracking device includes a built-in 3-axis accelerometer for motion detection, allowing for power conservation when the device is stationary. Brighter LED indicators provide greater visibility for monitoring the status of the tracker day or night, and the Enduro Pro 3G comes with PTCRB, CE and FCC identification certifications. Full power management includes external DC power and battery operation.
A Mini-Mag magnetic mounting device is available as an optional accessory for convenient mounting to any magnetic surface.
TrackingTheWorld, based in Burlingame, California, has exclusively specialized in GPS tracking devices and GPS tracking software for more than 12-years. The firm offers a full line of GPS trackers and accessories for personal security, business, and law enforcement use. For more information about the TrackingTheWorld’s tracking solutions, please visit http://www.trackingtheworld.com email firstname.lastname@example.org, or call 650-692-8100.
If you have ever driven in a strange city or mapped a route to an unfamiliar area, you already know how valuable GPS technology, particularly 3G tracking, can be. A GPS device can provide real-time maps, up-to-the-minute information on traffic jams and road construction and give you turn-by-turn directions starting right from your driveway.
Delivery companies use GPS technology in a number of different ways, and these days even the smallest delivery firms can afford to outfit their vehicles with GPS trackers and GPS tracking software. Many firms use their GPS trackers to keep tabs on their workers and make sure the routes they are using are the most efficient. 3G GPS tracking technology can quantify everything from the number of miles driven to the fuel efficiency of the delivery vehicle to the time the driver spends on each delivery.
Company managers then use that information to make changes that will save them money. Something as simple as changing the delivery routes to avoid road construction can reduce idle time, improve fuel economy and increase the number of packages each driver delivers each day.
The use of GPS tracking technology also allows company managers to analyze vast stores of data. Going through reams of data by hand is next to impossible, but computer technology makes crunching the numbers and developing more efficient routes fast and easy.
The world of delivery has been changing rapidly, and the number of changes is only expected to grow in the future. Consumer expectations and the rise of next-day and same-day delivery are two trends that are not likely to go away, and that makes the use of GPS technology even more valuable. If your company is not yet using GPS trackers, you may want to add these simple devices to your fleet and see how they can improve your business and your bottom line.
Whether you are managing a business, utilizing tracking for covert operations, or just looking for a way to keep everyone safe, 3G GPS tracking technology can be very valuable. The technology behind 3G tracking has moved far beyond maps and real-time directions. Today’s 3G trackers offer superior coverage in otherwise hard to reach areas, and get you ahead of the game, considering many carriers are phasing out 2G service within the next year.
If you are in the market for 3G real-time tracking , there are a few key features you need to look for:
Take a close look at the mapping and reporting capability of any GPS tracker you are considering. The best units can report real-time information to your smartphone, tablet or computer, along with pinpointed locations.
When equipping a vehicle with a GPS tracker in anticipation of monitoring driver behavior, be sure the unit can provide the reports you need, including speed, harsh driving detection, and more.
Look for a 3G tracker that is easy to use. The best 3G tracking units include intuitive interfaces and user-friendly designs.
Take a look at the EnduroPro 3G for a smart and affordable real time tracking option.
GPS Tracking for School Buses
With kids everywhere returning to school, we’re finding many stories of school districts using GPS tracking devices to track every bus in their fleets. In Texas, Leander School District recently installed GPS tracking for each of its 161 bus routes. The GPS devices allow administrators to track the location of any bus at any time. The district hopes to add a mobile app for parents in the future.
GPS Tracking Device Deters Assailant
GPS trackers for personal protection offer an added layer of security for anyone, but in the case of those with disabilities or at risk for exploitation they can be invaluable. One mother recently reported that her daughter that a personal GPS tracking device helped stop a sexual assault against her disabled daughter. Through GPS tracking software and voice capabilities, the mother was able to hear the situation, and then drive directly to her daughter. TrackingTheWorld highly recommends GPS trackers for elderly individuals with dementia, Alzheimer’s patients, and other at risk populations.
GPS Devices in Fake Elephant Tusks
GPS trackers placed in fake elephant tusks are helping map routes used to smuggle ivory out of the Congo, which eventually makes its way to China after being traded in the Darfur region. It is estimated that 30,000 African elephants are killed by poachers every year.