Types Of GPS Tracking Devices:
Real Time GPS Tracking: These GPS devices receives information from GPS satellites in space. Once received, the information is transmitted back to a user, who can view the information. Two popular ways the GPS tracking device transmits location information is via a digital cellular network or via satellite.
GPS Vehicle Hardwired Devices: These GPS devices are permanently installed into your vehicle. There is usually a "brain" which includes the GPS receiver and a transmitter module for sending the data out. The "brain" is generally placed under or inside the dash area of your vehicle, along with a small external antenna (included with device). GPS antennas can read signals through most materials except metal.
Personal GPS Devices: These are typically smaller sized devices that have a built-in internal battery. Our Personal GPS trackers have a typical battery range from 10 - 30 days. These GPS tracking devices can be used to track people, property and even vehicles.
DeWalt DS500 GPS Mobile Alarm: This is a very unique and versatile product. Can be used anywhere theft is a problem. The device is robust with a tamper sensor, door sensor, vibration sensor, and even a temperature sensor. When alarm is triggered device sends SMS text message, as well as a recorded voice call notifying you of the alert. From any web enabled computer, you can also do a locate on the Mobilelock, whose real-time position will be displayed. You can also arm and disarm the MobileLock from any telephone or web enabled computer. There is a monthly subscription fee of $19.95, which includes 5 locates per month and unlimited alarm activations, messages and alert phone calls.
GPS Logging Device: These are passive GPS tracking devices. These GPS devices store and record information received from GPS satellites in space. When the user would like to see where the device has been, they can take the device plug it into a computer and download the information from the device.