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What is GPS?
The Global Positioning System (GPS) is a group of 27 Earth-orbiting satellites, of which 24 are in operation and three extras in case any fail. When people talk about a "GPS," they usually are referring to a GPS receiver. The U.S. military developed and implemented this satellite network as a military navigation system but now lets everyone use the signals free of charge.
How does GPS work?
A common misconception among most people is how GPS works. GPS (Global Positioning System) satellites should not be confused with communication satellites used for wireless communications. They are two completely separate satellite networks. All of our systems use GPS satellites for location purposes. Our On-Line systems then use various wireless networks to communicate the location data to our servers so our customers can use built in vehicle tracking GPS to locate the vehicles/assets in real-time or historically.
How does GPS Tracking System Work?
A GPS antenna is connected to the unit with a lead wire. The GPS antenna collects the GPS data and feeds it to the unit. The unit does some processing of events and speeds. Additionally, the GPS vehicle tracking unit has a wireless modem inside, similar to ones found in cell phones. This modem is used to to communicate with MotoMon's system software servers. The GPS data is stored to memory and then sent directly from the vehicle's unit to MotoMon servers, where it is immediately processed into usable information for users. This all takes place in Real Time.
What about Installation?
Our system is wireless which makes it one of the best GPS Tracking System in the market. This should take no more than a couple of minutes to be up and running.

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What are the benefits of Safelink Theft Recovery GPS tracking solutions?

Our service helps thousands of companies manage their fleets more effectively. While the possibilities of using our service are seemingly endless, here are a few examples of how our customers are currently benefitting from our services:

  • Improved fleet productivity
  • Improved customer service
  • Reduced fuel costs
  • Reduced labor costs
Does Safelink Theft Recovery GPS system qualifiy for a tax dedcution?
Ask your CPA if your GPS fleet equipment purchase qualifies your business for a Section 179 tax deduction. Section 179 allows you to deduct from your taxable income the full amount of equipment purchases up to a certain limit.

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