Locating and keeping track of remote workers, children, seniors, pets, luggage, and just about anything is easy with personal tracking devices.
These trackers typically collect location data using Global Positioning System (GPS) technology, allowing it to receive signals from GPS satellites to determine its exact location. Certain trackers also use cellular networks, Wi-Fi, Bluetooth, and sensors, which allow the device to monitor continuously, even when GPS receivers are weak or unavailable.
These communication methods will transmit data to either a cloud-based platform or a central server in real time or at regular intervals. You can access your location data and history through a mobile app or web portal. You can also set the tracker to send you alerts based on predefined conditions or criteria, such as when your pet arrives at a specific area.
One of the primary uses of personal trackers is to enhance safety in remote and isolated areas.
These trackers are invaluable should emergencies arise, thanks to their emergency alert features, such as a built-in SOS button. If you get injured or lost, you can simply press that button, which will immediately notify emergency services or your crisis contacts of the situation.
Whether you’re trekking or going on an adventure in a distant location, having a personal tracking device can give you peace of mind. The tracker can share your real-time location with family members or friends, even in areas where network connections are spotty.
You can also define geographic boundaries through a feature called geofencing, which alerts designated contacts if you enter or cross a restricted zone.
Although technology has significantly improved over the years, the accuracy of personal GPS trackers still varies, depending on several factors. These factors include the quality of the device, the technology used, and environmental conditions, among many others.
Tracking devices that use GPS boast high accuracy in monitoring and collecting whereabouts information, specifically in outdoor settings where there is not much obstruction. However, precision degrades when surrounded by tall buildings, tree covers, and other obstacles where satellite reach may be limited.
For that reason, GPS trackers commonly come equipped with other connections, such as cellular tower and Wi-Fi look-up. These technologies may have lower accuracy for outdoor location sharing compared to GPS. Still, they are valuable when used for indoor tracking. That is, as long as the network coverage is strong and dependable.
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