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According to the Arizona Daily Sun, a 37-year-old man was arrested this morning on charges of robbery when a GPS tracking device installed by the home owner he robbed led police to the bugler’s home. The GPS tracking device led the officers all the way to the suspect’s bedroom where they found the stolen goods [...]
Innovators use GPS Tracking Apps in New Ways to Solve Old Problems I recently had the opportunity to do some writing for the University of North Texas’s Innovation Greenhouse, and I was assigned to cover an event called the 20 Over 20 Hackathon. It’s a crowd-sourced competition hosted by Dilexa from September 19 to September [...]
Use GPS Tracking Devices To Find Out What Makes Your Cat So Grumpy We reported not too long ago on a couple who fitted their cat with a GPS collar to track her suburban adventures, which showed the cat covering a staggering amount of ground. Now, Professor Alan Wilson shared his own experience of tracking [...]
How Not to Implement Tracking Technology into Your Buses In previous articles, we’ve discussed how some schools were considering implementing GPS tracking devices, as well as Student ID tracking badges, into their buses to keep track of both driver and student. And though this seems like a great idea in theory, one school district recently [...]
Space is Just the Next Frontier for GPS Tracking We use GPS tracking to find out where exactly something is. This could be used for navigation, running businesses, saving the wilderness, or saving farmers time and money—all of this possible for use on our majestic, cerulean planet. Now, NASA is constructing a new GPS navigation [...]
Researchers Use GPS to Help Humans and Elephants Coexist Researchers have been taking note of the usefulness GPS tracking is for researching animals—sometimes even helping the endangered species. This time the Malaysian elephant is the star under GPS tracking’s spotlight. Dr. Ahimsa Campos-Arceiz is leading the researchers from MEME (Management and Ecology of Malaysian Elephants). [...]
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