If you’re a business owner with even a small fleet of vehicles, you’re certainly aware of how much time and energy is invested into tracking the mileage on your company vehicles. Manual mileage logging and then data entry of the information required to create a useable report is inefficient, frustrating and time consuming, and you still have no way of knowing whether your company vehicles are being misused by employees.
As a solution for tedious mileage reporting, TrackingTheWorld GPS tracking software offers automated reporting options, eliminating the need for manual logging, plus other features to assure the proper use of your company vehicles. For example, our tracking software offers geo-fencing which automatically sends alerts via cell phone or email to let you know when a company vehicle leaves a predetermined area. With the use of real time GPS tracking devices for company vehicles you’ll also be alerted to harsh driving patterns. GPS trackers are also ideal for providing an additional level of security for employees, with some models offering a panic alert button, which automatically launches a rapid series of location alerts to preset phone numbers and email addresses.
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As part of a school assignment to develop a new business , a group of Costa Mesa students have developed a GPS tracker to aid those with Alzheimer’s and other disabilities. Inspired by another student with a disability, the students will be presenting their company, Gotect, and their device in a contest judged by Wall Street bankers with hopes of finding investors. As they prepare for their trip to New York City, the students are still raising the $20,000 required to attend.
GPS tracking devices, particularly ankle bracelet GPS trackers are often considered as additional security options in caring for individuals at risk for wandering or exploitation.
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Officials in the city of Warren in Macomb County Michigan have agreed to add GPS tracking technology, a nearly $600-thousand dollar investment, to city vehicles including snow plows, and sanitation trucks. The fleet tracking initiative will provide an extra convenience to citizens such as knowing when to expect services, and the city hopes to recoup their investment in efficiency by eliminating manual mileage reporting, and more carefully watching the location of city assets.
With real time GPS tracking updates every 2 minutes via GPS tracking software, supervisors will know when a city vehicle has left its predetermined set of boundaries, a process known as geo-fencing, and will receive reports when city vehicles are traveling at excessive speeds or when brakes are operated abruptly. The city expects that the savings gained by automated reporting, and eliminating the excessive or unauthorized use of city vehicles will be well worth the investment.
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Nevada lawmakers are considering bill SB37 that would allow GPS Tracking of parolees and those granted probation in the state. If approved, the program will come at no cost to the state. A state parole official reports that GPS monitoring, if approved, will only be used in “crime areas.”
Often, GPS tracking ankle bracelets are used for tracking parolees and those on probation, particularly violent offenders after they are released from prison.
Stolen Laptop with GPS Tracking Recovered Among Other Stolen Items
According to the Salt Lake Tribune, police recovered a stolen laptop with GPS tracking technology after a woman had gone door-to-door trying to sell it. The laptop was recovered among other stolen items at a local hotel. All of the items were taken during the same burglary. Three suspects are in custody.
Georgia Sheriff’s Department Gets GPS Tracking to Slow Down Pursuits
Rockdale County officers have received GPS tracking devices designed to improve safety during pursuits by slowing them down. When a pursuit is under way a dart-like GPS tracking device can be deployed from the officer’s car using a safe air compression system. After the dart is affixed to the fleeing vehicle, officers then begin receiving regular updates on it’s location via GPS tracking software, and as a result, protecting officer and public safety.
Parolee In More Trouble Thanks to GPS Tracking Ankle Bracelet
A Raleigh parolee landed more than 20 new arrest warrants after leaving his home to allegedly commit multiple thefts. It so happens that the suspect was wearing a GPS tracking ankle bracelet when he allegedly committed the crimes, and police used the data from the same parol-issued bracelet to track him down again.
Heavy equipment tracking has long been a one of the most useful GPS tracking applications, but one probably doesn’t immediately think of the theft of snow plows to be a problem. According to Channel 3000 police in Madison Wisconsin recently recovered a stolen snow plow thanks to GPS tracking software and a cell phone. Although no suspects have been identified, the snow plow was was recovered without damage, and with all contents, including a checkbook belonging to a driver.
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TrackingTheWorld recently announced the availability of private label websites for those interested in launching their own GPS tracking businesses in 2015. The private label websites are specifically designed for resellers who want to provide their own customers with subscription-based GPS tracking services.
“Our private label websites offer both recurring income potential and profits from GPS tracking hardware sales, and we are able to get them started quickly,” said Gilbert Walz, CEO of TrackingTheWorld.
The private label websites allow the owner to use TrackingTheWorld’s GPS tracking software under his or her own business name. Site owners then are able to offer subscriptions for GPS tracking services. “Our reseller sites allow owners the ability to set their own profit margins,” said Walz.
According to Walz, the need for GPS tracking services continues to grow. “Nearly every business and many individuals have an ongoing need for GPS tracking services, ranging from tracking company vehicles to personal protection,” he said.
Other uses for GPS tracking software include employee monitoring and security, fuel conservation, private investigations, vehicle tracking, teenage driver monitoring, and child safety. “As a private label reseller of our GPS tracking software, there are many options for specializing in a single market or a larger general market,” said Walz.
TrackingTheWorld’s GPS tracking software private label sites are highly customizable, offering owners the option to upload company logos, choose from multiple color schemes, and operate under their own business name .
TrackingTheWorld has exclusively specialized in GPS tracking hardware and tracking software since 2003, and has been nationally featured in publications such as Newsweek, Popular Science, and on CNN. For more information on the firm’s private label GPS tracking websites, or product distribution opportunities, please visit http://www.trackingtheworld.com.
In addition to providing helpful information for business operations, GPS tracking systems are also used for personal safety. Here, we’ve outlined some of the best safety features today’s GPS trackers have to offer.
The Panic Button
Perhaps the most important feature of a GPS tracker for personal safety is the panic button. With the press of a single button, a GPS user in an emergency situation can immediately alert others if his or her tracker is equipped with a panic button. On most GPS tracking systems, this feature activates a rapid-fire sequence of location alerts followed by automated cell phone alerts via GPS tracking software.
The ability to communicate with another human being in the event of an emergency can mean the difference between life and death. If you’re selecting a GPS tracking system for personal safety, TrackingTheWorld recommends a tracking device with two-way voice capabilities.
Extreme Weather Durability
For personal safety, a GPS tracker with all-weather durability is important, particularly if you are an outdoor enthusiast. In situations such as mountain biking or snow skiing, your safety may depend on the ability of your GPS tracker to reliably function in less than desirable temperatures. Be sure to ask your GPS dealer for specifics on bad weather and water resistance capabilities before purchasing a tracker.
Long Battery Life
Another of the most important safety features for GPS trackers is the ability of the tracker to operate for as long a period as possible without a charge. Depending on locate update intervals (how often you want the tracker to report your location), today’s GPS trackers can go as long as a month or more between charges. With this capability, or something similar, you can rest assured your GPS tracking system will function even if you forget to charge it once in a while.
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