TrackingTheWorld recently released the Enduro Pro 3G GPS tracking device which includes multiple new features and 3G GSM quad-band capabilities. With 3G service capabilities, the EnduroPro 3G allows users to avoid coverage gaps caused by the phase out of 2G services expected by mobile carriers over the next year.
The Enduro Pro 3G tracker offers expanded territory coverage, particularly for those in remote, weak signal areas. The device is ideal for vehicle tracking, employee monitoring, asset tracking, and surveillance or covert tracking applications. A newly designed thumb-sized button with vibration confirmation on the front of the device serves as an easy-to-access, larger-sized panic button.
Water resistant and durable, the Enduro Pro 3G offers superior sensitivity and faster times to first fix. Depending on the specific application and user preferences, the GPS tracker is capable of both real time and periodic tracking through a backend server.
For extended battery life, the new 3G tracking device includes a built-in 3-axis accelerometer for motion detection, allowing for power conservation when the device is stationary. Brighter LED indicators provide greater visibility for monitoring the status of the tracker day or night, and the Enduro Pro 3G comes with PTCRB, CE and FCC identification certifications. Full power management includes external DC power and battery operation.
A Mini-Mag magnetic mounting device is available as an optional accessory for convenient mounting to any magnetic surface.
TrackingTheWorld, based in Burlingame, California, has exclusively specialized in GPS tracking devices and GPS tracking software for more than 12-years. The firm offers a full line of GPS trackers and accessories for personal security, business, and law enforcement use. For more information about the TrackingTheWorld’s tracking solutions, please visit http://www.trackingtheworld.com email firstname.lastname@example.org, or call 650-692-8100.
If you have ever driven in a strange city or mapped a route to an unfamiliar area, you already know how valuable GPS technology, particularly 3G tracking, can be. A GPS device can provide real-time maps, up-to-the-minute information on traffic jams and road construction and give you turn-by-turn directions starting right from your driveway.
Delivery companies use GPS technology in a number of different ways, and these days even the smallest delivery firms can afford to outfit their vehicles with GPS trackers and GPS tracking software. Many firms use their GPS trackers to keep tabs on their workers and make sure the routes they are using are the most efficient. 3G GPS tracking technology can quantify everything from the number of miles driven to the fuel efficiency of the delivery vehicle to the time the driver spends on each delivery.
Company managers then use that information to make changes that will save them money. Something as simple as changing the delivery routes to avoid road construction can reduce idle time, improve fuel economy and increase the number of packages each driver delivers each day.
The use of GPS tracking technology also allows company managers to analyze vast stores of data. Going through reams of data by hand is next to impossible, but computer technology makes crunching the numbers and developing more efficient routes fast and easy.
The world of delivery has been changing rapidly, and the number of changes is only expected to grow in the future. Consumer expectations and the rise of next-day and same-day delivery are two trends that are not likely to go away, and that makes the use of GPS technology even more valuable. If your company is not yet using GPS trackers, you may want to add these simple devices to your fleet and see how they can improve your business and your bottom line.
No matter where you live, garbage removal is an essential service. Not only is waste management important for ascetic purposes, but it is a health issue as well. Uncollected trash attracts rodents, promotes illness and causes a host of other problems. If you run a waste management company, you are providing a vital public service to the people and businesses in your area.
Doing such an important job as efficiently as possible is essential. If the garbage goes uncollected for even a day, problems will quickly arise. That is why so many waste management companies are incorporating GPS fleet tracking software into all their new trucks and retrofitting their old equipment to work with the new technology.
Once the GPS tracking software is in place, company managers can see exactly where each truck is on its route. They can reroute trucks as needed and choose the most efficient routes for their drivers. They can also make sure their drivers are working at maximum efficiency and that they are sticking to their assigned schedules and routes.
GPS technology can help waste management companies in another important way. Construction delays and issues with roadway maintenance may seem like small problems, but having a garbage truck stuck in traffic for 5 minutes could throw off the entire route for the rest of the day. With the GPS fleet tracking software in place, company owners can use mapping technology to see problem spots and route around them.
Safety is another important benefit of GPS fleet tracking software. Garbage trucks are large and unwieldy, and that makes hiring safe drivers and training them properly even more important. Fleet tracking technology allows company supervisors to make sure drivers are operating their vehicles safely and responsibly.
Running a waste management company is not easy, but it is important. Whether you run a small string of trucks or a statewide fleet, incorporating GPS fleet tracking software into your business can provide a host of benefits for you and your customers.
GPS tracking software is used by a number of different businesses, but some businesses are able to benefit from its use even more than others. The ones that stand to enjoy the biggest gains from the software include those that operate a large fleet of vehicles on a daily basis. For instance, those that operate mail delivery vehicles as well as corporations that provide company vehicles can benefit tremendously. In addition, it is used by many local, state and even federal agencies, as several municipalities use it for the vehicles operated by first responders such as fire, paramedics and police.
More specifically, mail delivery companies use it to ensure that their drivers are on the correct routes and that they are operating the vehicles as efficiently as they possibly can. The entire idea is to get the packages to the customers as quickly as possible while simultaneously minimizing the amount of fuel that is consumed throughout the day. The same is basically true for those companies that provide vehicles for their employees, although it may not seem as pertinent at all times. When it comes to municipalities that use the software, there are a number of potential benefits. First responders have to get wherever they are going as quickly as they possibly can. Therefore, they have to choose the right course of travel at all times. It also allows dispatchers to know exactly where they are in case they find themselves in trouble and in need of immediate assistance.
When the software is used, everybody has the opportunity to benefit. Employees are kept safer, knowing that they can be rescued if they have a mechanical problem with the vehicle. Companies have the chance to save money because automobiles are driven fewer miles and less money is required to pay for maintenance and fuel. The company then has more money to pay employees better wages or provide more comprehensive benefits packages. When it comes to the specific types of businesses that have been mentioned, the benefits are often the difference between success and failure.
The HVAC industry has been growing by leaps and bounds, but not without its challenges. Running an HVAC company requires dedication and commitment, along with training and expertise. The owners of such companies much wear many hats and perform many tasks, from keeping track of the trucks on the road to fielding calls from happy (and unhappy) customers.
That is why so many HVAC company owners have been installing GPS tracking systems and seeing the benefits firsthand.
One of the biggest benefits of GPS tracking software for the HVAC industry is the ability to manage an entire fleet and an entire workforce from afar -without having to go out on jobs or become a micromanager. The ability to manage a workforce and vehicle fleet remotely frees the owners and managers up for more important tasks and allows them to serve the customer better.
In fact, GPS tracking software can actually improve customer service, so it may be able to help with disgruntled customers. If a truck is late getting to a job, the owner can tell exactly where it is and reassure the customer that help is on the way.
In addition to all these benefits, GPS tracking software can help in another important way. Theft is always a problem for owners of HVAC equipment – all that expensive equipment and valuable materials are tempting targets for thieves, especially when the trucks are parked and unattended.
Installing GPS tracking technology in each truck makes it easier for the police to track a stolen vehicle and recover the expensive tools and materials. This benefit alone could more than pay for the cost of installing the tracking technology and software.
With so many benefits, it is easy to see why so many HVAC company owners are upgrading their fleets with GPS tracking technology and software. From improved security and better time management to superior customer service and reporting capabilities, GPS software provides a number of valuable benefits to the HVAC industry.
A bill proposing a pilot GPS tracking program for state vehicles is moving through the Michigan state legislature. If approved, the bill would approve a pilot program for approximately a hundred of the state’s vehicles. If the pilot program were proven to be successful, GPS tracking could then be installed on all state vehicles at an approximate annual cost ranging from $500K to over $1M. The bill was drafted in part due to suspected misuse of state time, vehicles, and resources, including one case where state time and vehicle privileges were abuse on 84 occasions. If enacted, officials expect the vehicle tracking devices and GPS tracking software to save fuel, eliminate mileage reporting, and assist in monitoring employees.
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A New Mexico school district is investigating a claim made by a parent that a district school bus was speeding when it passed her on a local highway. School district officials said all buses in the district have GPS tracking devices installed, and with the use of GPS tracking software it is possible to pinpoint the speed and location of any bus at any time. While the district did not disclose what details were revealed via GPS tracking, they cited that the speeding bus incident will be handled internally as a personnel matter. GPS tracking software also has been used in the past to protect drivers from false accusations.
As car accidents remain the leading cause of death for U.S. teens, TrackingTheWorld is reminding parents of the benefits of GPS tracking devices to monitor teenage driving habits for both safety and peace of mind during prom and graduation season.
“Real time vehicle trackers allow parents to know where their teen’s vehicle is at all times, how fast it is moving, and even alert them to harsh driving such as sudden braking,” said Gilbert Walz, CEO of TrackingTheWorld, a firm exclusively specializing in tracking devices and GPS tracking software for more than 11-years.
For monitoring teenage drivers, TrackingTheWorld recommends its EnduroPro tracker, a compact real time tracking device which is easy to install and operate. The device can simply be placed in the vehicle’s glove compartment or under a seat, and can be magnetically mounted using TrackingTheWorld’s affordable MiniMag case.
With GPS tracking software services and an Internet connection, the EnduroPro also allows parents to create geo-fences, a set of pre-determined boundaries, for their teen. If the vehicle moves outside of the boundary, the tracker will immediately transmit an alert notifying the parents via programmed cell phone numbers. As added safety feature, the EnduroPro also comes equipped with a panic button which, when pressed, will automatically alert parents or other family members through a rapid series of location alerts, indicating that the teen needs emergency assistance.
Founded in 2003, TrackingTheWorld is based in Burlingame, California, and offers a broad selection of GPS tracking devices and accessories and tracking services. For more information about GPS tracking systems for teenage drivers, or to purchase GPS trackers directly from TrackingTheWorld distributors, visit www.trackingtheworld.com.
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.
If you’re considering purchasing GPS tracking devices for your company vehicles, check out TrackingTheWorld’s broad range of GPS tracking devices for vehicle tracking and optional accessories on our products page at http://www.trackingtheworld.com/products/ or buy GPS devices now through our distributors listed here: www.trackingtheworld.com/distributors/.
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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