What is a GPS tracker?
A GPS tracker is a device that uses global positioning system (GPS) technology to determine and track the precise location of an object or person in real-time. It can be used to monitor the movements of vehicles, people, pets, or even valuable assets like equipment or inventory. GPS trackers work by sending the device’s location data to a central server or mobile app, allowing users to view the location of the tracker on a map or receive notifications when the tracker enters or exits a certain area. Some GPS trackers also offer additional features such as speed and distance tracking, geo-fencing, and the ability to remotely control certain functions of the device. These devices have practical applications for personal, commercial, and law enforcement purposes.