GPS Tracking Violates the Rights of the Homeless

Yet another GPS Tracking activity that has an ROI for the people who are helped, but doubtful some others will see the GPS advantage. Here’s another thing the anti-GPS rights demanders can use in their fight to return us to the dark ages.  I’m sure these homeless people’s rights are being violated in some way or another. Memo to self … if in danger of becoming homeless, be sure to save a few cents back to buy some aluminum foil

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GPS Tracking — No Recession For Those Who Know How To Track

Posting has been kind of sparse here, and I don’t apologize, I’ve been busier than I can deal with at time with other ventures .. this world-wide recession talk is just that, talk from those who didn’t want to do any work in the first place. But I am not going to let this milestone pass without note … my good friend, fellow blogger and one-time competitor (although we never met when I was actively in the business), Rob Donat’s

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A Small State With Big Thinkers

The innovative vehicle tracking system created for the Singapore Civil Defense Force (SCDF) by Astrata Group Incorporated has now been accepted by Singapore’s Government. “The deployment of such an advanced, state-of-the-art system on commercial vehicles is the first such application in the world,” says Singapore’s SCDF Commissioner, James Tan. After nearly a year of system integration, deployment, testing and training, the countrywide hazmat vehicle tracking system is set to play a prominent role in Singapore’s expanded homeland security program. Under

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GPS Child Tracking — Keep Them Safe

I’ve been actively in the GPS industry for more than 10 years now. Long before it was practical to track even large vehicles using GPS, let alone small children. For years now, people have been asking me where they could find a simple, afforadable system to track their child with.   There have been some on the market, but mostly theyhave been too heavy, too exspensive, too limited in range or features … and most of all, just too darn hard

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GPS and Trucking — HOS (hours Of Service) Part 2

As Dave Barry is famous for saying, "I’m not making this up".  You may think part 1 of this series was complicated, but when you get into local commercial vehicle operations, you ain’t seen nothing yet: (Reference) Summary of the 100 air-mile radius HOS provision in § 395.1(e)(1) The 100 air-mile radius exception in Part § 395.1(e)(1) is an option to use time records in lieu of RODS on days when the driver meets the conditions of the exception, which

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People Tracking is Coming to Fruition

Reston, VA — October 14, 2009 — Ekahau Inc., the leading provider of High Performance Wi-Fi-based Real Time Location Systems (RTLS), today announced that it is expanding its hardware product line with the introduction of the T301W, a wristband tag that is designed for use in applications that determine the precise location of people. The T301W tag’s small size and comfortable fit make it ideal for use in hospitals, where knowing the real-time location of an adult patient, child or

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