Most people rely on the 24 satellites that the US Department of Defense positioned in orbit around Earth to provide Global Positioning System (GPS) assistance. This powerful navigational system allows you to easily find your way across the country or to the closest restaurant. In order to do this, the satellites transmit signals to receivers or tracking devices on vehicles, smart phones, or other mobile gadgets. Their precision has improved greatly over the years and can now identify exactly where a car or person is with detailed latitude and longitude numbers. The first public use of GPS came way back in 1983, and it has become an integral part of modern life.
Besides allowing you to drive your car directly to your desired location and similar activities, GPS has a considerable range of uses for both individuals and businesses. Within the bounds of Alabama law, the private investigators at Robison Legal Services use GPS devices to both track and locate people, vehicles, and objects any time of the day or night.
One of the most common uses for company-specific GPS involves tracking fleets of vehicles. Company cars or trucks represent a substantial financial investment. The last thing any business wants is for one or more of their vehicles to disappear or get stolen. Also, this type of tracking helps improve efficiency and accuracy of service routes and deliveries.
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