In the past we’ve written about GPS tracking for elderly individuals, especially those with dementia and Alzheimer’s disease. Not only do GPS trackers offer peace of mind for family members, but most importantly they offer a greater level of security for the loved one. With GPS tracking software, it’s possible to know the exact location of the person wearing the GPS tracker at any time–day or night.
Today, we’d like to remind our readers that GPS trackers and GPS tracking software also provide added safety for children- especially those with disabilities. While some parents choose GPS trackers that can be tossed in a backpack or worn on the waist, another option, particularly for at risk children, is a GPS tracker enclosed in an ankle case. Discreetly hidden under the pants leg, an ankle bracelet GPS tracker is more likely to remain with the child at all times rather than a tracker stashed in a backpack. In the event of an emergency, parents could track the exact location of their child using GPS tracking software, or even set up automated cell phone alerts when the tracker crosses a specific boundary.
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TrackingTheWorld offers distributor agreements, including drop shipping services, for those interested in marketing GPS tracking devices and accessories as part of their own business. The program allows you to tap your existing customer base and add quality GPS tracking equipment and accessories to your product lineup. You’ll have the ability to purchase GPS tracking equipment at wholesale prices, and sell at prices you decide are right for your business.
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Here’s another example of GPS tracking technology used to quickly return stolen property. A woman vacationing in Florida recently used the GPS tracking app on her iPad to find it after it was allegedly stolen by an employee at the hotel where she was staying.
The GPS tracking app located the iPad and emailed its location to the iPad owner. After contacting police, the iPad was quickly retrieved unharmed from the posession of a hotel employee who claims she took the iPad home with her because it was too valuable a device to leave at the front desk. The employee is charged with grand theft.
In addition to GPS tracking apps, GPS trackers offer a sensible solution for protecting personal property, including GPS trackers for vehicles, machinery, and personal protection.
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.
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 email@example.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.
As a result of grant funding, the state of Vermont will soon be using GPS tracking devices to provide better transportation services to veterans who need transportation to work, medical appointments, and more. Convenience and accessibility are some of the key goals of the GPS tracking program. In addition, the program will allow dispatchers to easily monitor the locations of all transportation vans throughout the state.
Our newly released Enduro Ankle Case is now available as an accessory for EnduroPro GPS trackers!
Visit the Enduro Ankle Case product page here: http://www.trackingtheworld.com/products/enduroanklecase/
View the Enduro Ankle Case press release: http://www.prlog.org/11718795-trackingtheworld-offers-ankle-bracelet-case-for-enduro-pro-gps-tracker.html
Two-million dollars in grant funding will be put to work improving technology for Columbia, Missouri’s city bus transportation system, including the possible addition of a GPS tracking system to the city’s bus fleet, and the addition of natural gas powered buses.
The GPS tracking systems would allow smart phone users to view the location and arrival information of each bus.
Other technologically-advanced considerations include auto-counting of passengers and length of individual bus rides with the goal of creating a more efficient public transportation system for the city.
Most of us work hard to earn the extra “toys” we enjoy, such as four wheelers, boats, snow mobiles, and other sports vehicles. Are you worried about protecting your hard investment in your sports vehicle?
Consider the TrackingTheWorld’s Enduro Pro GPS tracking system for your sports vehicles. With its compact design, optional extended life battery pack, and all-weather durability, the Enduro Pro GPS tracker is a smart choice for sports vehicles, including ATVs, RVs, and more.
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Does GPS tracking teenage drivers really make them better drivers? According to a recent study, the answer is YES. While some parents may feel awkward using GPS tracking to monitor their child’s driving habits, it
turns out that use of GPS tracking devices do, in fact, improve teen driving habits–especially if the teenage driver is aware that there is a GPS tracker in his or her vehicle.
A new study released by the Insurance Institute of Highway Safety showed that
when teens know that their driving was being monitored by their parents they
perform better behind the wheel than their non-monitored counterparts.
If you’re looking for a GPS tracker for a teenager, we recommend the Enduro Pro GPS Tracking Device, and sharing with your teen that the tracker is in his or her vehicle. Read more about the Enduro Pro GPS Tracker.
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