GPS tracker

GPS tracking devices have helped many families stay safe for years. Some people feel weird about GPS tracking. However, when it comes to your family, there is no reason to feel weird. This could be the matter of life and death. From knowing your kids are safe at home after school to keeping tabs on family members. In this article, you will learn about how to keep your family safe with GPS tracking.

Keep your Children Safe

Statistics on missing children are shocking. Every 40 seconds a child will become missing or abducted in the US. That’s approximately 800,000 kids per year. The National Center for Missing and Exploited Children found in a recent study that most abductions occur during the hours of 2:00 -7:00 p.m. This is usually the time frame children are coming home from school and are home alone. Even more shocking – More than 200,000 children were abducted by family members in that recent study. These statistics mean that any child is susceptible to go missing. Keep your child safe with a GPS tracking device designed to make you aware of your child’s location at all times. Give them a GPS tracking device, it can fit inconspicuously inside their backpack. There are GSM/GPS tracking safety phones you can give your kids so they can always be contacted and tracked. They also have a low battery consumption and can hold phone numbers so that the person doesn’t have to dial the number themselves.

Alzheimer’s Patients

Do you have a family member who is struggling with Alzheimer’s disease? Unfortunately, this is something many families deal with. The disease, the most common form of dementia, is gradual, unbeatable so far and ultimately fatal. It afflicts 1 in 9 people older than 65, and according to the Alzheimer’s Association, more than 6 of every 10 people with dementia will wander and some will never be found. With those statistics, I wouldn’t want to take a chance on potentially losing a family member forever, and neither should you. You can purchase a GPS tracking ankle bracelet for Alzheimer’s patients that are waterproof and even keep a log when there is no GSM signal. That way, if your family member wanders off you can still keep track of them.

 

Making sure your family is safe is no joking matter. Now you know about GPS tracking and how to keep your family safe. Remember that more than 6 of every 10 people who have dementia will wander off. Also, remember that every 40 seconds a child will become missing or abducted in the US and More than 200,000 children were abducted by family members. If that was your family what would you do? Act before something happens and put a plan in place. Give your family members a GPS tracking device to keep in their pocket, backpack, or wear as an ankle bracelet. You may think they won’t ever need it, and hopefully, they won’t. But if they ever do need help, they will have the GPS tracking device and be safe.

 OBD GPS Tracker 2OBD GPS Tracker 1

Begin GPS Tracking in Minutes

To install, simply plug the WorldTracker OBD into any vehicle’s OBD port. The tracking device offers built-in motion detection for efficient power management, G-force monitoring, and a hot start time of less than 1-second.  Additional features include:

Fast and Convenient Installation

GPRS Communication by UDP or TCP

Geo-Fencing Capabilities

Harsh Driving Detection

Start/Stop Time Reports

Driving Reports

 

Bumblebee on Dandelion Flower

We certainly understand the benefits of GPS tracking devices that are both compact and lightweight.  But, do you think it’s possible to build a GPS tracker that’s small enough and light enough to be carried on the back of a bumble bee? Funded by a $500-thousand dollar grant from the Department of Agriculture, Oregon State University is working on the development of GPS trackers to track the movements of bumblebees with the goal of better understanding the dramatic decline of bee populations in recent years.  The development of the GPS tracking device for bees will take 1-2 years.   Without bee pollination, it is estimated that one-third of the world’s food supply would not exist.  Read the full article about GPS tracking and bees.

 

 

GPS tracking for business

In today’s very competitive marketplace, the ability to operate efficiently can make a significant difference in any business’s ability to be successful.  As one of the most effective business tools available, GPS tracking software provides business owners added efficiency in a number ways.

Their Time Equals Your Money

The more your business can achieve in fewer hours, the more profitable and competitive it will be.  With GPS tracking software, dispatchers can easily save time and dollars by having the ability to see where every vehicle in your fleet is at any time—speeding up response times, and optimizing travel routes. Especially for service providers, the ability to make more calls in less time can greatly improve the productivity level of every work day.

Reporting Made Easy

GPS tracking software offers automated reporting options to both speed the pace of business and help you analyze where your money is going.  These reporting options include mileage tracking, monitoring idle time, and route playback.

Asset Protection

As mentioned in our previous post on GPS tracking for loss prevention, GPS tracking devices can greatly improve the chances of recovering stolen property without damage.   The devices, used with GPS tracking software, allow business owners to see the location of their assets, and notify authorities.

 

This week, the Wisconsin Supreme Court upheld the use of a covert GPS tracker installed by police in the vehicle of a man suspected of burglaries in 2007. Using the GPS tracker installed on the vehicle police were able to place and apprehend the suspect at the scene of a burglary where additional evidence was found.

The tracking device was installed after a warrant was obtained, however the suspect’s defense included that the use of the GPS tracker exceeded the scope of the warrant due to its real time tracking capabilities.   In a majority ruling the court found that the use of the GPS tracker by police was covered by the warrant.

Source:  http://gazettextra.com/news/2013/feb/07/high-court-oks-cops-gps-use-burglary-case/

GPS trackers for taxis

Police apprehended a 21 year old man who allegedly stabbed a taxi driver in Kansas City, MO thanks to a GPS tracking device installed in the taxi  in which he was riding.  After a pursuit reaching 117 mph, and a short foot chase, police arrested the alleged stabber.

GPS tracking for taxi cabs and other vehicle fleets is a business option used by more and more businesses everyday.  Not only can business owners protect  employees, GPS trackers can also help business owners more efficiently manage their business.

View TrackingTheWorld’s line of GPS tracking devices .

Story Source:  http://fox4kc.com/2012/12/21/police-arrest-suspect-in-cab-driver-stabbing-with-help-of-gps/

 

Just Released:

TrackingTheWorld recently released the GAT Pro AVL tracker which offers a battery life of up to 3-years and multiple GPS reporting options, including the ability to alternate and skip days.  The device also offers a 50-channel GPS receiver, audio capability and more.

Reports include motion detection, battery level, and geo-fence statuses.  Two CR 123 Lithium batteries included.  Durable closed-case unit.  click for more information on the GAT Pro AVL tracker.

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TrackingTheWorld’s AVL-300 GPS tracking device brings a new level of flexibility and durability to the GPS tracking market.  With the options of both real time and passive tracking, multiple digital and analog inputs, the AVL-300 GPS device can be configured to meet the needs of nearly any GPS tracking application.

The AVL-300 offers 2 digital inputs and two analog inputs, including one that can be used as an extra digital input.  The digital inputs make it possible to customize and SOS feature for your AVL-300. The GPS tracking device is also compatible with Garmin’s Fleet Management Interface.  Additional cables are required to utilize this feature.

TrackingTheWorld’s AVL-300 also eliminates problems caused by GPS jammers as the device comes equipped with jam detection.  The AVL tracker also features motion detection, and a broad range of operating voltages, from 8-32V DC.

Find out more about TrackingTheWorld’s AVL-300 GPS vehicle tracker.

We’ve written several times in the last year about cities around the world utilizing GPS tracking devices to improve their public transportation systems.

Our latest news find on the topic details a GPS tracking initiative for public transportation GPS trackers in Pullman, WA as a result of a stimulus grant which will also fund the purchase of a camera for each bus.

The GPS tracking system is currently in testing, and is expected to be available to patrons in 2012.

Source:  http://news.wsu.edu/pages/publications.asp?Action=Detail&PublicationID=29235&TypeID=1

 

GPS Tracking Software

TrackingTheWorld, the World’s leader in GPS tracking, is currently seeking partnerships with vendors and distributors for the firm’s new profit sharing program which provides generous monthly recurring income opportunities based on activated software subscriptions. No cash investment is required.

The  plan begins with 25% profit sharing when a distributor reaches 10 activated  subscriptions, followed by 30% profits for distributors reaching 50-99 subscriptions,  35% profits for distributors reaching 100-199 subscriptions, and 40% profits for distributors reaching 200 or more activated subscriptions on TrackingTheWorld’s GPS tracking software platform.

All distributors have the opportunity to earn additional profit from GPS tracking hardware sales. Participants are not required to maintain a stock of GPS tracking devices.  Free drop shipping service is available for TrackingTheWorld hardware (actual shipping fees are the responsibility of the distributor), and white labeling options are available for qualified distributors.

TrackingTheWorld’s profit sharing program is also open to existing distributors and businesses desiring to earn more than their current profit sharing program offers.

The first step to qualify for TrackingTheWorld profit sharing is to submit a distributor application through the company’s website at www.trackingtheworld.com. Requirements for becoming a distributor include an approved website for selling GPS tracking equipment or other consumer electronics, and credit card processing capabilities.  Profit sharing is available only to U.S. distributors.

TrackingTheWorld maintains two subscription pricing options for distributors to offer their customers.  Subscriptions are priced at $39.95 per month and $59.95 per month, and continue until the customer cancels.  Subscriptions are billed in advance in three, six, or twelve month intervals.  Additional incentives are available for customers who wish to subscribe for longer periods.

Two Examples of Earning Potential with Profit Sharing from TrackingTheWorld:

A distributor with 1,500 activated trackers charging $39.95 per month for subscriptions would earn 40 percent profit, a total of $20,970 per month, or $251,640 per year.

Now, compare the same profit sharing example using our $59.95 subscription price:

A distributor with 1,500 activated trackers charging $59.95 per month for subscriptions would earn 40-percent profit, a total of $32,970 per month, or $395,640 per year.

For more information, visit www.trackingtheworld.com, email sales@trackingtheworld.com, or call 650-692-8100.  Established in 2003, TrackingTheWorld is the World’s leader in GPS tracking equipment and software.   With an exclusive focus on GPS tracking, the company is globally-recognized as a foremost resource for GPS tracking solutions.  For a direct link to TrackingTheWorld’s Distributor Application, visit: http://www.trackingtheworld.com/distributorApplicationForm/index.php.