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GPS Security Functionality
by: Jeremy Maddock

One of the most common uses of Global Positioning System (GPS) technology, by businesses and consumers alike, is to ensure security from theft, as well as human safety.

Using a GPS tracking system ( http://www.gpsdevices.info/gps-tracking-system.php ) is an excellent way for an individual or small business to keep track of important equipment including vehicles, machinery, and portable electronic devices, such as laptops and cell phones.

A prime example of the usefulness of GPS technology for security purposes is its abilities in the fight against vehicle theft. If you car or truck were stolen, and it had a GPS vehicle tracking ( http://www.gpsdevices.info/gps-vehicle-tracking.php ) system installed, then you would be able to pinpoint the exact location of the vehicle, and see its exact coordinates on a map. You could then turn this information over to the police, allowing them to retrieve the stolen vehicle, and apprehend those responsible for the theft.

GPS technology can also be instrumental in ensuring basic human safety. This is especially true with children, as every parentís worst fear is their child getting lost or kidnapped. Fortunately, with the help of a child GPS ( http://www.gpsdevices.info/child-gps.php ) tracking device, you can always know the exact location of your child. In the event of a kidnapping, you would be able to determine the exact location of the kidnapper and notify police and other emergency authorities of this information.

All in all, there is little doubt that GPS can be an excellent way to fight crime, and ensure the safety of your belongings and of your family.

About The Author

Jeremy Maddock is the webmaster of http://www.TeleClick.ca - a trusted source of telecommunications industry news.

This article was posted on November 07, 2005

 



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