FAQ

What are GPS tracking alerts?

GPS tracking devices use the Global Positioning System (GPS) to determine the precise location of a vehicle, person, or other asset to which it is attached. The position is recorded at regular intervals and is transmitted to a central database using a cellular (GPRS) modem embedded in the unit. This data is sent to our Tracking Portal and allows the location to be displayed on a map in real-time or over a span of time.

What are GPS tracking alerts?

GPS tracking alerts are unique limits that a customer can set up for their tracked vehicle. When the limit is broken, an email or text message is sent to the customer. If a speed limit or a GeoFence, for example, is broken, the customer will be notified. Five levels of alert from low to sever can be set up to individual corespondents.

GPS Tracking Specialists.

GPS Tracking Specialists tracking portal can be accessed from any computer in the world with an Internet connection at Our web portal is currently translated in five different languages and has mapping data for 56 countries. However, using Google Earth or Virtual Earth allows our web portal to be worldwide.