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When thinking of GPS trackers, most people think immediately of cars. While its true that GPS tracking devices are primarily used on vehicles, the technology has many other applications. Its versatile and can be integrated with lots of other devices, such as your smartphone for example. To put it simply, you can use GPS tracking to keep tabs on virtually anything that moves.
GPS and vehicles This is by far the most common use of GPS tracking devices. They can be used by:
Once placed discreetly on a vehicle, you can either track the movements of the car in real time using a user interface on your smartphone or laptop, or you can request location information via text message all without the driver suspecting a thing.
A GPS tracker can also be a great way to protect property. A device can be placed on what is normally a static, non-moving piece of equipment from a laptop to a piece of farm machinery and only activated when the item is moved without permission. This means if the item is stolen, you can find and hopefully recover it in a matter of hours.
This may sound like a more unusual use of GPS trackers, but a surprising number of pet owners are making use of the technology to keep their pets safe. Cats and dogs can leave home and go a-wandering for days at a time, but if they are gone too long then its only natural for the owner to start worrying. Unfortunately, theres also the chance that a pet has been kidnapped, run over or is stuck somewhere. In many cases, being able to locate them within minutes using the signal from their GPS tracker (usually placed on the collar) can save the animals life or bring him or her home. It can also provide great peace of mind knowing where your adventurous pet is at all times. Image Credit: Wiki Commons