GPS Tracking Systems

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Tracking
... Tracking can refer to Animal migration tracking by attaching a tag to the animal ... Tracking (education), separating children into different classes according to their academic ability Tracking, in computer graphics, a vital part of match moving ... Tracking (hunting), the science and art of learning about a place via animal trails and other environmental evidence Tracking (Scouting), a Scouting activity Tracking, an electrical pre-breakdown phenomenon, see ...
Locating Engine - Tracking
... Self tracking is as valuable as tracking of other objects ... The stability of tracking may be improved by knowledge about motion ...
Sky Wave Mobile Communications - Markets
... Transportation Applications Vehicle tracking and monitoring, fleet management Security and anti-theft monitoring Heavy equipment security and management Trailer and container tracking, rail car tracking ...
Movement Tracking System
... The United States Army’s Movement Tracking System (MTS) is a logistics communication platform under the Program Executive Office (PEO) for ... It is a satellite-based tracking and communicating system designed to provide command and control over distributed assets supporting and conducting theater operations ... This system provides units with digital National Geospatial-Intelligence Agency maps, global positioning system (GPS) location data, and L-band (long band) satellite two ...
Special Needs Evacuation Tracking System
... The Texas Special Needs Evacuation Tracking System (SNETS) is a tracking system for emergency evacuees developed by AT T for the state of Texas ... The system is based on tracking RFID tags attached to the wrists of evacuees via the AT T/Cingular wireless network and a data center at the University of Texas Center for Space Research ... Evacuees are indirectly tracked using GPS locators mounted on the vehicles in which they are traveling ...

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