Real-time vehicle tracking systems rely on both the Global Positioning System (GPS) satellites and a cellular system. A GPS tracking module continuously picks up the vehicle's precise coordinates, which determines the real-time location of the vehicle that's being tracked. Using a cellular data service such as GPRS, the tracking coordinates are immediately transmitted onto a secured server by pinging the device.
Users can then access the real-time tracking data from an internet-enable device, such as a computer, laptop or smartphone. The tracking information can be viewed by logging in through a website, or through a web-based mapping interface such as Google Maps. With real-time GPS tracking systems, users will be able to see precisely where their vehicles are in real-time.
This provides individual consumers and small to large businesses, such fleet management operators, delivery and logistics services and law enforcement agencies, the ability to track their fleet of vehicles and view the live GPS location data without having to physically retrieve the GPS tracking device. Real-time GPS tracking systems also provide an ideal and affordable solution to help reduce fuel costs by improving the overall efficiency for fleet businesses.
The SilverCloud Real-Time GPS Tracker
The SilverCloud real-time GPS tracker is LandAirSea's most advanced real-time GPS tracking system. It features the fastest real-time GPS location updates, with the ability to update a vehicle's precise location every 3 seconds on an up-to-date and user-friendly online mapping interface powered by Google Maps.
This online feature allows fleet managers and law enforcement agencies the ability to monitor and track their assets remotely on multiple computers from a web-browser (e.g. Google Chrome, Safari or Firefox) without having to install any software.
And with the SilverCloud online interface, logistics and transportation services can even share the location of their fleet on their company's website through the ShareSpot option. This innovative feature allows companies, such as fleet trasport services or mobile food industries, the ability to share their vehicles' real-time locations by sending a web-link or embedding the code directly on their company's website.
About Passive GPS Trackers
Since the Global Positioning System (GPS) serves as a receiver and not a transmitter, passive GPS trackers lack a transmission device such as a cellular module that sends the GPS data from the tracker. Therefore, passive GPS tracking devices, also known as data loggers, primarily function as recording devices.
GPS data loggers typically have an internal flash memory, a memory card slot or a USB port that stores the GPS data gathered from the vehicle or asset to which they are attached. The GPS data can then be downloaded and viewed on a computer. The GPS data recorded includes speed, location and active driving time.
With LandAirSea's passive GPS tracking systems, the stored GPS data can then be downloaded onto a computer or laptop via a USB port. Users can then view an animated version of the route of travel with Google Earth. These passive GPS tracking devices can be used by sports enthusiasts while jogging or backpacking to calculate the length and duration of a trip. They can also be used by parents for tracking their teenage drivers and by private investigators for vehicle surveillance.
Passive GPS tracking devices give users the freedom of not having to physically track and monitor the target asset or vehicle.
LandAirSea's GPS Tracking Key® and GPS Tracking Key Pro®
The passive GPS Tracking devices offered by LandAirSea include the GPS Tracking Key® and the GPS Tracking Key Pro®. These GPS data loggers offer portability, convenience, accuracy, reliability and ease-of-use for various applications, such as fleet management, law enforcement and personal vehicle tracking.
LandAirSea Passive GPS Tracking Features:
GPS accuracy of 2.5 meters
Records GPS data every second
Simple and detailed printable activity text reports