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There are many applications for the GPS TRACKING technology that can be divided into two main groups: NAVIGATION and TRACKING.

Navigation is related to devices that are installed in the vehicles and that provide on-board navigation information. The user will usually enter a destination address and will start receiving audio and visual directions on how to arrive to that place. Samples of these devices are seen in almost every computer store, and the most recognized brands are Garmin, TomTom, and others.

Tracking is related to devices installed in the vehicles that send information about the vehicle to computer programs where the information is processed and presented to users in maps and reports. The information sent by these devices includes at least the position in terms of Latitude and Longitude, the speed, the direction (north, south, east, etc.), the date and the time. Other devices include more sophisticated information such as Ignition status, doors status, on-board engine diagnostic, etc. Samples of companies that provide this type of products are also multiple, and can be found by tons with any search in a search engine like Google.

Tracking is usually provided by companies as an internet service, although there are some companies that sell simple applications to be installed in computers.

What are the uses of a GPS Real Time Tracking System?
The GPS Real Time Tracking System was originally intended only for military use. The US Military developed it to be used in precision weapon delivery. Now GPS tracking devices are widely available for civilian use.

GPS Real Time Tracking System can give you specific information about the vehicle's current location and about its previous locations, and the overall mileage. It informs you about the vehicle's speed - you are alerted if the vehicle exceeds the legal speed limit – and about the various stops the vehicle makes. You receive geo-fencing alerts, alerts about the battery status, whether it is getting low, and about whether the oil needs to be changed. You can remote control the vehicle's door locks, lights, horn, and various other electronic devices. You can send emails, have a two way communication with the drivers, inform them about the routes to be taken and so on. If you want to pick up a delivery from a certain location, you can track your vehicle nearest to the area and dispatch them over without loss of time.

The GPS Locater Device also allows you to remotely turn on or turn off the ignition. Think about it. Someone steals your car and you turn off the ignition, lock the car doors, and inform the police of the exact location so that all they have to do is go and picked up the trapped thief.

GPS Real Time Tracking Systems are very popular with people in the transportation business. It is a good way for fleet owners to keep an eye on their vehicles and track their movements and ensure that there is no misuse on the parts of the drivers.

Many parents are also resorting to the use of a GPS Real Time Tracking System to keep an eye on the activities of their teenagers.

Installing a GPS Real Time Tracking System may be a bit expensive to start out with, but in the long run it is worth the expense. You don't have to worry about getting ripped off in your business and you can monitor the safety of your loved ones.

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vehicle tracking system is an electronic device installed in a vehicle to enable the owner or a third party to track the vehicle's location. Most modern vehicle tracking systems use Global Positioning System (GPS) modules for accurate location of the vehicle. Many systems also combine a communications component such as cellular or satellite transmitters to communicate the vehicle’s location to a remote user. Vehicle information can be viewed on electronic maps via the Internet or specialized software.
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