GPS Connect provides GPS location tracking services for people, vehicles and assets.
No matter what a particular scenario is GPS Connect lets everyone benefit from GPS location tracking answering one of the most frequently asked questions: where are you?
GPS Connect sets new industry standards on how easy to use, useful and affordable GPS location tracking can be. The most demanded use cases of GPS location tracking are: kids safety and kidnapping prevention, Alzheimer monitoring and recovery, vehicle theft prevention and recovery, fleet management, field and lone workers safety, and much more.
GPS Connect develops and operates a gpsconnect.ca: a primary place where customers shop for GPS tracking devices, self-manage their services and monitor their GPS locators on the maps in real-time or explore their recorded routes.
GPS Connect partners up with industry leaders such as GPS tracking device manufacturers and cellular connectivity providers offering highly integrated, versatile, useful and affordable set of services to a consumer market.
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S-911 Personal Locator is a new bread of a personal emergency communication device. It combines three important functions in one sleek compact design: a GPS tracker, an emergency cell phone, and a GPS receiver.
As a GPS tracker the S-911 locator constantly receives signals from the GPS satellites, determines its own location, speed and heading, and transfers this information to a remote server over a GPRS cellular network based on time or distance interval or on demand. In addition to the regular location information the locator generates and sends event alerts such as overspeed, geofence, shock, or emergency based on its settings and sensor readings.
As an emergency cell phone it provides with two-way voice communication over a GSM cellular network and is able to receive a call from any number, make a call to up to three pre-programmed phones numbers and send an emergency alert.
As a GPS receiver the device communicates its location information to any other device (a computer, for example) over a USB connection using a standard NMEA protocol.