The advantages of having a car tracking device
Installing a car tracking device can be a great decision. (Photo Credits)
Car tracking devices help ensure the safety of the driver, passengers, and the vehicle itself.
And as the technology for it becomes more modern, this device becomes all the more amazing.
The website Study Lifestyle for instance published a feature on a car tracking device that will remind anyone of a James Bond Movie. AutoGlass Safety Council
“It’s easy! Install the free TrackR app on your smartphone, connect the app to your device and you’re ready to go! Simply attach TrackR to whatever you want to keep tabs on. The entire process of setting it up only takes 5 minutes or less. You can attach it to your keys, briefcase, wallet, your latest tech gadgets and anything else you don’t want to lose. Then use the TrackR app to locate your missing item in seconds.”
Check it out here.
Locate the car ASAP
Zero to Hundred meantime featured a car tracking device that has a wifi, secured, and even analyzes fuel efficiency among its other features. Windshield Wiki
“Exciting news for car owners. Samsung recently introduced their latest Connect Auto device, designed to be the intelligent centre of your car. This ground-breaking connected car solution will provide added motoring advantage to both the consumers as well as the commercial industry. Commercial industry how? by enabling business owners fleet management capability to track their vehicles in real time. This device plugs into your car’s OBD 2 port generally located at the underside of the steering column or the center console.”
Take a look at the device here.
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Vehicle trackers are becoming mainstream nowadays that a report published by the website Recode, quoted an IT Company Official as saying that majority of the GPS devices they track are installed in cars.
“If the cars of the future are all going to be connected to the internet, there’s a pretty good chance they’ll be talking to networks built by Cisco Systems. Speaking onstage at the Code Conference on Wednesday with Recode’s Kara Swisher, Cisco CEO Chuck Robbins said that its Internet of Things platform run by Jasper, a company it acquired earlier this year, is tracking 28 million active devices, and is adding about one million devices every month. “Most of them are cars,” Robbins said. Jasper’s automotive customers include GM, Ford, Nissan, Daimler and BMW.”
Read the rest of the report here.
Car tracking devices are indeed the wave of the future.