GPS Tracking Basics

How GPS Trackers work: Hardware Lesson

Network & Satellite

Our system requires cellular coverage in order to transmit real-time locational coordinates. However, the tracking device is always recording positional data. That means if a user is in an area where no coverage is present, the personal GPS tracker will continue to record data that can be accessed as soon as the user moves back into an area where cellular coverage is present. All the historical data is saved, stored and accessible for a later time.

Global Positioning System (GPS)

The GeoGPS Tracker's Radio Frequency and GSM-GPS networks cover the vast majority of all over the world, including several neighbouring countries. Tracker equipment is also present at all border posts.

GPS Tracking Basics

Coverage Map

GeoGPS works around the world, including virtually all of the continental United States, Canada, Mexico, Europe and Australia, portions of South America, Africa, and North-Eastern Asia and hundreds or thousands of miles offshore of these areas.

Equipment & Warranty

We're taking back tomorrow through our partnership with you, our extensive recovery teams, and with our highly sophisticated world class technology. Tracker units will not interfere with the complex electronics found in modern vehicles, such as the vehicle's electronic management system, on board computers and mission critical (safety) computers, due to the fact that the technology has been tested around the globe for electromagnetic compatibility by reputable institutions such as the European Telecomunications Standards Institute (ETSI). All Tracker installations and hardware are guaranteed for a year.

In Addition

Our GPS works accurately in all weather conditions, day or night, around the clock, and around the globe. GPS signals may be blocked by dense forest, canyon walls, or skyscrapers, and they don't penetrate indoor spaces well, so some locations may not permit accurate GPS navigation.