Many people use GPS to stop them getting lost and help them reach their final destination when on a journey.
For drivers it’s replaced maps as the easiest way to navigate, but it is not just useful for mapping and tracking – GPS is now being used in many different areas of life and sometimes with unexpected consequences.
Originally used for military purposes, it was decided by US President Ronald Reagan that GPS should be made available for civilian use and in February 1989 the first Block II satellite was launched.
Twenty-five years after the launch of the system we use today, people are now using GPS in ways that few could have predicted at the time.
Geo Track offers high quality and high efficiency products to all of our customers. GeoTrack's GPS tracking systems have assisted companies across North America by providing them with real time overall vehicle supervision and maintenance, fleet status, solutions to problem drivers and customer's satisfaction.
Our tracking systems can be used on a wide range of vehicles from a small to large fleet by enabling you to manage your valuable assets at any time, any where in the world. Before making any commitment, we recommend that you try our demo units on your fleet, and judge the system for yourself.