London’s Daily Mail recently reported the development of a crowd-sourced GPS tracking software application which utilizes the data from thousands of participating cell phones to potentially predict earthquake. The GPS software works by tracking changes in ground movement across a broad area. Researchers say that the application requires only a small percentage of a metropolitan area’s citizens in order to be effective, and would prove effective in providing an an advance warning system for earthquakes.
San Francisco is considering the installation of GPS tracking devices for city government vehicles with the goals of tracking the use of the vehicles, more efficiently responding to emergency situations, and save fuel. The city’s fleet consists of around 8,000 vehicles, with around 2,300 of them already equipped with GPS tracking. The cost for equipping the remaining vehicles would be approximately $1.8 million per year. Officials also cite the benefits of GPS trackers in the city’s emergency vehicles in assisting dispatchers with efficiently deploying emergency services when needed.
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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.
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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.