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What is GPS?
GPS stands for Global Positioning System. This is a satellite network that was developed in the nineteen seventies by the USA as part of their defense program. Later, under President Bill Clinton, the Global Positioning System was opened up for civilian use as well.

There are 24 satellites in operation and 3 extra stand-by ones, so 27 satellites in all. They allow you to track objects or vehicles by providing you with information about the exact position – by giving you the altitude, longitude, and latitude – of the object or vehicles being tracked.

With the technological development in the personal gadgetry field, the use of GPS is becoming more and more popular.

What is Real Time GPS Tracking System?
With a Real Time GPS Tracking System, you can obtain detailed and current information about the vehicle or object that is being tracked through wireless networks. It is called 'Real Time' because you are getting information as it happens, as opposed to 'Passive' systems where you get to check the information afterwards.

How does a Real Time GPS Tracking System work?
A Real Time GPS Tracking System works on the same wireless principle as a cell phone. However, the Global Positioning System satellites are separate from communication satellites.

A GPS locater device, which is often very small and can be installed very easily and without anyone noticing it, is placed in the vehicle and through this the vehicle can be monitored and many of its features controlled.

The older GPS locater devices have separate modems and antennas to collect GPS date; the more recent versions are smaller and self-contained. The GPS locater devices collect and transmit the GPS data via wireless networks like Analog, GPRS or Mobitex and the information can be viewed over the Internet by the user from any location. Updates are usually every five minutes or so, you can program this feature to suit your convenience.

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.

Through the years in this business I have learned that most companies that start looking for a GPS Tracking System are interested in what we call a Basic Tracking. Basic Tracking is nothing but a map whit a dot showing the location of a vehicle. Some basic tracking applications include also a basic report that keeps a log of all the positions of a vehicle over a certain period of time. But once these companies implement a GPS Tracking solutions and the technology permeates into their processes, they start finding the REAL BENEFITS that a GPS Tracking Solution brings.

This is Part 1 of a series of 10 articles in which I will present how a GPS Tracking system can REALLY make a difference in a companys performance. This first part will start by introducing some basic concepts related these technologies, so I and my readers have a common framework to work with.

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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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