Tracking Vehicles

Posted 9:37 16 May 2014

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These days vehicle tracking systems are becoming an integral part of a surveillance strategy, whether it is to find out if your partner is cheating, or you need to monitor the whereabouts of employees that frequently travel on company time in a company car, or even remain compliant with the terms of an insurance policy for an high end vehicle in case the vehicle is stolen.

The tracking device will receive and interpret data and then send the information back to the monitoring equipment, which can be a PC, laptop, tablet or even a mobile phone. In this post we are going to look at the ways that different vehicle tracking devices communicate location information back to the monitoring equipment. There are numerous types of vehicle tracking devices on the market, however there are three main ways that these products obtain the information to determine the location of the vehicle they have been attached to:

Here at Alpha 1 Legal Services we have extensive experience of working with vehicle tracking devices both in the UK and abroad. Should you require assistance please feel free to contact us via the contact details on the website.