Archive: January 2016

GPS trackers speeding alerts and reporting

Our system can provide speeding alerts and reporting. These are system generated alerts which can be enabled on request. The speeding report would be an agreed parameter where say a driver speeds over 100 km/h for instance, an email will be sent to alert the operations room. The system can indeed send email or SMS alerts.
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Pure satellite trackers versus GSM GPS trackers using phone towers – Pros and Cons

There is much confusion around which technology delivers best value for money for a business owner. Depending on what is expected from the system, here are some points to work with and to help you make an informed decision. Pure satellite trackers: These are systems that talk directly to satellites and don’t require phone towers at all. This sounds like a perfect system that everyone wants to have. Why limit yourself to phone towers and a telecom network coverage—right?
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2G – GSM network service will stop from December 2016

Like it or hate it. Progress is unstoppable. Like the disconnection from analogue to digital. The telecom companies need to free up their phone towers for new faster speed technologies. The only way to do this is to move the technology forward to 3G and 4G. Telstra and other leading telecom companies around the world such as AT&T etc., are planning to disconnect disconnect their GSM / 2G network this year. For Australia Telstra will disconnect their GSM / 2G network on 1st Dec 2016. Optus will disconnect their GSM / 2G network a few months after that. Vodafone will also move soon.
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