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Every year in Las Vegas the international Consumer Electronics Show is held showcasing the latest gadgets and technological gizmos from companies across many different industries. Each year brings something different and 2015 was no exception with the unveiling of a bike pedal that utilizes real-time GPS tracking called Connected Cycle.
What Connected Cycle offers is a bike pedal engineered with a live GPS tracking device that cyclists can view remotely with the assistance of a mobile app on their smart phones. However, real-time access that provides anti-theft protection of a bicycle is far from the only feature this unique product brings to the table. This is because once the device is all synched up the Connected Cycle pedal will also register vast information related to the movement of the bike. This data includes things such as routes traveled, speed, the level of incline, the amount of calories burned during a ride and of course the last location the bicycle was parked.
"There has been a significant increase in technologies and mobile apps that cater to both the fitness and security markets", explained a GPS expert for Tracking System Direct. "Connected Cycle is another of the products combining locational technologies and fitness to help improve the bike riding experience, and therefore we believe the device will have success in the marketplace".
With the youth hipster trend of green transportation, more and more youngsters are investing in bicycles, especially in the Pacific Northwest. How the GPS pedal is helping this demographic is by alerting the bike owner the very second their bicycle is moved. The bike is then monitored via real-time GPS monitoring, making it easy for the bike owner to track down their property if it is ever stolen. This is a very value all feature considering roughly two millions bicycles are reported stolen every year in the United States. And considering bike thieves can easily use bolt cutters and other tools to get around locks, having a device that uses satellite technology to provide additional safeguarding is very helpful in promoting security.
Connected Cycle GPS monitoring pedals can be installed upon a bike within two minutes, but require a unique key in order to be removed from the bike. The GPS pedal will come in multiple different color options as well. No price tag has been given for the product at this point in time.Last Updated on Tuesday, 20 January 2015 00:05
Car insurance can be expensive, and with California motorists spending roughly $164 per month for auto insurance it seems like all drivers could benefit from a reduction in their monthly premiums. According to the people over at the United Services Automobile Association (USAA), some of the best ways for motorists to save money on car insurance is by reducing coverage on older vehicles, maintaining strong credit, asking for a higher deductible and comparing auto insurance rates before purchasing a new or used vehicle. This is all helpful information and can help motorists save some cash on their car insurance, but another unique way that businesses and consumers are also reducing their auto insurance is through the use of GPS trackers for automobiles.
Everyone is pretty much familiar with GPS technology these days. This is because locational technology is used for everything from social networking to navigational applications with mobile apps such as Google Maps. GPS tracking devices work off many of these same principles. Basically, how a live GPS device works is by using satellite technology to store locational data as well as other information related to vehicle activity such as speed, driver stops, etc. This tracking data is then sent to off-site servers in real-time that allow for that data to be viewed and digested from anywhere in the world where Internet access is available. The live GPS essentially allows a motorist or business to see where their vehicle is located, what that vehicle had been doing and much more!
Live GPS vehicle tracking devices offer consumers, businesses and any form of motorists access information related to automobile activity 24/7, and it is because of this expanded oversight that some car insurance providers are offering discounts to those using the vehicle management technology. When a car is equipped with a real-time GPS that can provide live tracking data at any point in time that vehicle is then significantly more secure. The vehicle is much more likely to be recovered if stolen and recovered without damage. This is something that auto insurance companies look fondly upon, as the motorist is taking a very proactive approach to safeguarding their mobile asset(s). Therefore, with the vehicle owner taking the initiative to enhance security of their motor vehicle, auto insurance companies will often time extend small discounts to those motorists.
GPS tracking systems are very useful tools in both the business world and everyday life for consumers seeking to boost vehicle and/or driver safety. Auto insurance companies are very well aware of the monitoring technology and many times provide discounted insurance plans for those utilizing vehicle monitoring technology. There are a number ways motorists can save money on their car insurance, and those seeking a way to reduce auto insurance should certainly look into how GPS tracking could help them save money.Last Updated on Sunday, 18 January 2015 18:34
Every year businesses and innovators from across the globe flock to the Nevada desert to witness and showcase the latest technological gadgets at one of the most popular trade shows on the planet: CES. The international Consumer Electronics Show which takes place annually in Las Vegas has been the location where all the coolest products typically make their debut, but one product at the 2015 CES that had most people talking was one for the dogs. This is because of a GPS-enabled device created by the folks at Motorola called the Scout 5000 that may change the way people monitor, safeguard and interact with their pets.
When crowds were introduced to the Scout 5000 developed by Motorola the first thought that crossed most people's minds was, "I didn't know Motorola was still in business"? All kidding aside, the Scout 5000 was introduced as a truly unique piece of equipment that offers video data, GPS tracking and WiFi connectivity, all technologies that will allow pet owners to locate their dog if it goes missing or simply see what the dog is doing via the pet owner's smartphone. The product unveiling was quite impressive but now our security experts are going to break down some of the top features of the Scout 5000 and explain the benefits or disadvantages of the technology.
The smart collar offers video data that is transmitted via WiFi and can then be accessed by the pet owner by simply using a mobile app. This is personally our favorite feature of the product because personally I cannot tell you how many times I've sat in the office and wondered what my dog was doing throughout the day. Is he barking at the neighbors? Is he chewing on the furniture? Dog owners never have to wonder what their pooch is doing thanks to this feature.
Many people are now familiar with GPS technology thanks in large part to mobile GPS apps or some form of vehicle tracking security solutions. That same type of advanced locational data that can pinpoint where a car or person is at is also one of the advantageous features of the smart collar. Let's face it, bad things can happen. A gardener can leave a gate open or a dog can simply impulse run. With the assistance of the GPS tracking feature designed into the Scout 5000 pet owner's can rest assured they will be able to locate their dog if he or she gets lost.Last Updated on Friday, 09 January 2015 20:48
Many businesses all across the globe have to deal with the problem of inventory theft. Supply businesses, transport companies and many other enterprises rely on goods and when theft strikes it can hamper operations and many times the bottom line. Nobody understood this pain more than Andrew Widdowson, the owner of a business that supplies vending machines. This is because Widdowson already had his warehouse which stored his vending machines and other business goods targeted by thieves three times in the span of 180 days. Annoyed with being a constant target of thieves, Widdowson took action by hiding a GPS tracking device inside a box containing Kit Kats. The result was a chocolatey good arrest of two thieves thanks to a live GPS monitoring unit.
Looking to bust the thieves who had already targeted his facility multiple times, Widdowson invested in a real-time GPS tracking system and hid the live GPS unit in a box containing Kit Kat bars. The real-time GPS would report locational data 24/7 and even came with a feature that would alert Widdowson the very second the box of Kit Kat bars was moved. The plan worked perfectly after the thieves hit Widdowson's warehouse a fourth time, stealing a variety of goods as well as the Kit Kat box housing the live GPS device. The live GPS system reported that the stolen goods were in West Midlands.
The GPS monitoring system provided locational data that was accurate within 2.5 meters, making it easy for Widdowson to guide local police to the stolen goods. Widdowson simply logged on to the web-based monitoring platform, pulled up the locational data of the live GPS and then gave the information to West Midlands police who not only retrieved the stolen goods but also arrested two men for their involvement in the theft.
GPS trackers for business applications related to both fleet vehicle management and anti-theft safety cost around $299 along with the requirement of a monthly data plan for live tracking service.Last Updated on Friday, 02 January 2015 21:02
The GPS Tracking Key has long dominated the market as the most reliable, accurate and sophisticated GPS vehicle tracker on the market, making it the top-selling data logger over the past decade. Businesses, police departments, government agencies and everyday consumers have called upon the passive device to help them boost driver and vehicle safety. With appearances on mainstream media outlets such as Fox News as well as Emmy award winning television shows such as AMC's Breaking Bad, it is clear that when people think of passive technology they think of the GPS Tracking Key. However, after a decade of success the engineers behind the popular tracker have decided to push the device into the next generation with a more modernized version of the GPS Tracking Key set to debut in early 2015. The tracker device is called GPS Tracking Key ii and the early buzz is that it will revolutionize the passive market!
One of the very first things technology enthusiasts and those seeking a vehicle management solution will find appealing about the new GPS Tracking Key ii device is that no software is required! This means no software discs need to be installed onto a computer. Instead, the data on the GPS Tracking Key ii will be totally web based, similar to that of real-time GPS tracking system solutions. The great thing about this method of reviewing data is that multiple people in different remote locations can all view the data at the same time. Even better is that the GPS monitoring data can be accessed from mobile phone, tablet, Mac, PC or any solution with Internet capabilities.
"Although live GPS monitoring systems will always have a strong impact on the car tracking and vehicle management market, we are seeing more and more businesses and consumers opting for vehicle monitoring systems that do not require any type of monthly service obligations", explained the President of Sales for Tracking System Direct. "This shift in demand made us realize that it was important to offer our valued customers an even more advanced automotive tracking solution and we believe we have found that device in the GPS Tracking Key ii".
GPS Tracking Key ii will debut on the Tracking System Direct online store in the early part of 2015. Pre-orders will not be taken as the engineering team puts the final touches on the passive GPS tracker. Those with questions about the new product can contact a sales representative when the device makes it official debut next quarter.Last Updated on Sunday, 28 December 2014 22:45