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Technical Service Bulletin AN IMPORTANT MESSAGE REGARDING 2G SERVICE Track What Matters has been notified that AT&T has made the decision to gradually phase out their 2G service in order to pursue other business interests. This, unfortunately, negatively impacts many of our valuable customers, as many devices in the US use the 2G networks. AT&T will […]
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 […]
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). […]
Scientists Use Unused Portion of GPS Technology to Save Lives We often cover stories on how GPS tracking can be used to protect the wildlife, but it’s important to note that we can use the technology to help protect us as well. For instance, a group of researchers recently figured out how to […]
GPS Tracking Knows How Far These Crabs Scuttle GPS tracking technology continually proves itself as a prime research method for studying the wildlife. This time, researchers from the Max Planck Institute for Chemical Ecology in Germany are monitoring the free-roaming land crabs of Christmas Island, an island that is a territory of Australia and not […]
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