What Is Personal Lone Worker GPS Tracking?
Quite simply, the ability for any person to locate another person, object or thing with the use of a device that receives information from the GPS satellite network in space. All real-time GPS locatable devices include some sort of transmitter – that ultimately sends this data back to the end user. The most popular mode of transmitting the data back is via a digital cellular network, i.e., a cellular telephone company provider like Telstra, Optus or Vodaphone. For this reason, there are monthly subscription fees that the end user is responsible for, just as with a mobile phone.
Some devices transmit the information back up to a satellite, which receives the information and relays it and back down to earth.
Whether you are concerned about the wellbeing of your loan workers in the field, small children, or would like to monitor elderly relatives, would like to offer additional layers of security for your loved ones or family members, a personal GPS tracking device has many uses in today’s world.