What Is GPS Tracking

GPS tracking is the surveillance of location through use of the Global Positioning System (GPS ) to track the location of an entity or object remotely. The technology can pinpoint longitude, latitude, ground speed, and course direction of the target.

The GPS is a “constellation” of 24 well-spaced that orbit the Earth and make it possible for people with ground receivers to pinpoint their geographic location. The location accuracy is anywhere from 100 to 10 meters for most equipment.

Real-Time GPS Vehicle Tracking

GPS Tracking Solutions by MaxConnect provides real-time vehicle location along with a detailed trip history with just a few clicks.  You will be able to see when driver breaks policy for speeding, idling, unauthorized trips and much more. We provide a real time trail utilizing a patented technology that provides the most advanced insights into your employee’s driving behavior.


How does a GPS tracking system work?


Global Positioning System tracking is a method of working out exactly where something is. A GPS tracking system, for example, may be placed in a vehicle, on a cell phone, or on special GPS devices, which can either be a fixed or portable unit.  GPS works by providing information on exact location. It can also track the movement of a vehicle or person. So, for example, a GPS tracking system can be used by a company to monitor the route and progress of a delivery truck, and by parents to check on the location of their child, or even to monitor high-valued assets in transit.

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Bike Tracking

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Vehicle Tracking


Safe and effective transportation of students is one of the key challenge for any school and school administrators seeking to more effectively manage student transportation are increasingly turning to GPS tracking systems to help them efficiently manage bus routes, monitor drivers, and ensure child safety.
Our app connects parents with children and children with parents