GPS tracking is mainly a technology to locate a particular object or person while on operation or on rest. A GPS unit is fitted in the vehicle which receives the data and sends it back to the base station.
There are various technologies used even to trap the data for ex. Real-time GPS tracking based on terrestrial cellular network which costs the cheapest. Another is passive GPS tracking in which the data is downloaded when vehicle comes to rest. The last is satellite based tracking in which signals are sent through satellites to pinpoint the object to be tracked.
The reason for the reduced cost was world wide use of mobile phones whose network towers were used by the tracking systems instead of investing in satellites in orbit to create the network to transmit data. All these features made this popular and affordable at low cost for small fleet owners.
Such sophisticated technology available at low cost creates good options for businessman to enhance his services for example a logistics company, or courier one. They can locate their vehicle in the fleet at any point of time and coordinate accordingly to its destination thus resulting in optimum utilization of the resources with efficiency it enables the fleet operators to protect their vehicles from remote places.
Advanced technology is attracting more businesses due to the supply of efficient tracking devices. As the enhanced technology enters the domain, companies makes its use to better their manufacturing techniques which in turn reduces their input cost of the product giving even consumer a relief.
Cheap availability with full efficiency makes it more usable and handy. GPS proves a great help for the lost stock or lost control of the fleet movement. It helps in monitoring and keeping a vigil on mobile assets.
Unique feature that gives GPS an edge over other tracking systems is the precision and accuracy with which it delivers the services.
In case of import or export of the products this technology can assure of the security and the information about the delivery at the right places. This also provides the shield of protection to the supply whether domestic or international.
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