With a market projected to surpass the $26M dollar mark by 2016, tracking devices and GPS tracking software are more in demand than ever. If you’re considering GPS equipment for your business, or if you’re interested in becoming a reseller, here are just a few of the types of businesses and organizations that are using GPS tracking software every day:
Heavy Construction: As scrap metal prices rise, construction companies are protecting expensive building materials, salvage materials, appliances, and heavy equipment with GPS tracking software. In many cases, covert tracking devices have led to the swift recovery of stolen construction materials and equipment.
Your Neighborhood School: Public and private schools are now relying on tracking software for everything from tracking school buses to tracking the locations of teachers within school buildings for improved safety in the event of an emergency. Tracking devices on school vehicles also help in conserving fuel and assuring that school vehicles are not abused by staff.
Delivery/ Service Providers: From your local pizza joint to home repair crews, service providers are tracking the location of their fleet vehicles using GPS tracking software. Not only do tracking devices provide for added driver security, they allow businesses to respond more efficiently to incoming calls for service.
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Whether you’re interested in starting your own GPS tracking business, or purchasing tracking services for your business, here is a brief explanation of some of the most common features of GPS tracking software.
GeoFencing: Essentially a virtual boundary, a geofence allows GPS tracking software users to set an approved area of travel for a GPS tracking device. When the tracker leaves the predetermined area, a series of alerts are set into motion, which may include cell phone calls and/or emails.
Smart Phone Integration: As with many other aspects of our daily lives, using GPS tracking software doesn’t require sitting in front of a computer continuously monitoring the locations of tracking devices. Most software programs are now accessible via cell phone applications, and as mentioned above software alerts may be sent to your mobile phone.
Mapping Options: GPS tracking software mapping options are continuously improving. Today’s mapping options include satellite views, street level views, traditional mapping views, customized mapping options, and even hybrid views. Based on the specific needs of your business or your customer, it’s easy to find a mapping option that works for you.
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As one of the fastest growing markets today, offering GPS tracking software services to your own customers can provide you with great potential for future success. If you’re ready to get started with your own GPS tracking business, here are a few tips from TrackingTheWorld:
Choose your Target Market:
While business owners offering GPS tracking software services may choose to offer their services toa very broad audience, others prefer to target a niche market with a need for specific types of GPS tracking services. For example, some target law enforcement, where the need is largely for covert tracking operations, yet others have selected to target their tracking services to businesses requiring fleet tracking for multiple vehicles or specifically to individuals for personal protection.
GPS Hardware Choices:
As you begin your GPS tracking software business, you may want to decide which GPS tracking devices you want to suggest for your customers. This choice will largely depend on your target market, and the specific needs of that group. For example, if you’re offering GPS tracking for law enforcement and other covert tracking applications, you’ll likely want to offer GPS trackers with features that include motion detection, weather resistance, and extended life battery options. TrackingTheWorld can help you select which devices would be most suitable for different uses.
Set a Pricing Plan:
As a TrackingTheWorld GPS tracking software provider, you are authorized to set prices based on your own preferences, including offering services that renew by the month, quarter, or year. While customers with fewer resources may prefer a monthly service plan, larger customers will likely want to take advantage of a discount plan that rewards them for paying a year in advance. Working out your pricing details in advance will help you with a smooth business launch.
For more information about starting your own GPS tracking software business, contact TrackingTheWorld at 650-692-8100 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
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You’ve probably seen them in your own community…large metal bins for dropping off clothing donations. As it turns out, not even donations given in good will are exempt from those who rummage through clothing bins in hopes of reselling or keeping the goods. One Baltimore company, that originally thought donations were down, has successfully retrieved stolen goods, and led authorities to recycled clothing thieves with the help of GPS tracking software– and in the process found out that donations weren’t down after all. By placing GPS tracking devices in various clothing items–in pockets, liners, etc., and using GPS tracking software, the company has successfully retrieved several batches of stolen clothing. Company officials use geofencing, a feature of the tracking software to receive cell phone alerts whenever one of their GPS tracking devices leaves the immediate area of the clothing collection bins. The clothing collected by the company is bailed and then shipped to third world countries.
Some clever covert GPS tracking and a little public shaming is helping to reduce the big problem of bicycle theft in San Francisco. Plain clothed police officers are planting GPS equipped bicycles around the city, tracking bike thieves, and charging them. A little public shame is part of the deal, with mugshots posted on Twitter under the hashtag #ThankYou4TakingOurBaitBike. An estimated 4,000 bicycles have been stolen in San Francisco since 2012–triple the number of cell phones reported stolen for the same time period.
Jun. 9, 2014 – TrackingTheWorld, a world leader in GPS tracking, is now accepting applications for the firm’s distributor program which offers a generous profit sharing program for US-based GPS tracking distributors based on software subscription signups. The profit sharing offer is in addition to profits earned from selling GPS tracking hardware.
Profit sharing for distributors begins when the distributor reaches 10 activated GPS tracking software subscriptions–
Becoming a distributor of TrackingTheWorld GPS tracking devices requires no cash investment and distributors are guaranteed to receive the lowest prices available on GPS tracking devices. TrackingTheWorld also offers drop shipping services for an additional fee.
Those interested in becoming a distributor of GPS tracking devices are required to submit a 1-minute application available on the company’s website at http://www.trackingtheworld.com/
Established in 2003, TrackingTheWorld exclusively specializes in GPS tracking software and tracking devices. For more information on becoming a distributor, licensing the firm’s white label GPS tracking software, or to view GPS tracking devices, visit http://www.trackingtheworld.com , email email@example.com, or call 650-692-8100. For a direct link to TrackingTheWorld’
After the deployment of 260 GPS tracking devices in garbage trucks, police cars, and other city owned vehicles over the last few years, the city of Grand Rapids recently suspended and warned various city workers. The reported offenses mostly consist of taking longer than authorized breaks and driving company vehicles for personal use. However, a few years back, a police officer was forced to resign after GPS data revealed that he or she was taking unauthorized breaks outside of his or her designated patrol area.
The city has recently begun installing GPS trackers on fire trucks with the goal of reducing the response times of some calls. Based on data provided by GPS tracking software, dispatchers can easily select the truck in the best position to respond
The tracking devices used by the city of Grand Rapids are not covert tracking devices; all employees are made aware of their presence on city owned vehicles.
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The second of four GPS tracking satellite launches planned by the Air Force for 2014 was successfully completed a day late on May 16 due to weather complications on the originally projected launch date. According to CBS News, the $245 million dollar satellite is part of an ongoing effort to replace and enhance the capabilities of existing satellites which have already been in use for years longer than they were designed for.
The effort to upgrade the current global positioning network of 30 satellites is for both military and civilian benefit, especially considering the many ways tracking devices and GPS tracking software have become an integral part of the daily lives of average people, including cell phone applications, GPS trackers for personal protection, covert tracking for law enforcement, and more.
The third satellite launch is set for July 2014, with the fourth to follow in the fall.
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As the abuse of prescription drugs, especially prescription painkillers such as Oxycontin, is on the rise, pharmacy owners and law enforcement are using GPS tracking as a deterrent and a tool for tracking pharmacy thieves. Placed inside prescription medication bottles, the mini GPS trackers inside remain inactivated until motion is detected, allowing pharmacies to stock the “dummy bottles” alongside the real thing in case of a robbery. Upon sensing motion, the GPS tracking device–pill bottle– activates and is trackable using GPS tracking software, allowing authorities to quickly and easily locate it and possibly the suspect. Cleverly designed, some prescription drug bottle GPS trackers are weighted and even rattle when shaken, allowing them to blend in with actual prescriptions without being noticed.