Global Positioning System and Satellite Communications Technologies

GPS has become the global wireless standard used for: location, timing, direction and speed information. Since May 1st 2000, the commercial GPS signal (L1) is now accurate to an average of <10 meters. Other methods such as DGPS can get within <1 meter!

GPS
   GPS Applications include:
  • Mapping- Find your destination path in relation to where you are located.
  • Fleet Tracking- Track where your service vehicle(s) are located.
  • Asset Locator- Find out where your merchandise is located.
  • Personal Locator - Find out where a person (or pet) is located.
  • Timing Synch - Synchronize to the world's most accurate atomic clock.