Assisted Global Positioning System refers to a GPS tracker using both satellite and cellular technology in operation. Typically, a GPS tracking device will record locational data using satellite technology, but then transmit that data using cellular communication technology that allows users to remotely access live data.
Also known as real-time GPS tracking, active refers to a GPS device having the ability to transmit data where it can be viewed remotely. This form of vehicle monitoring is popular among businesses seeking to improve fleet management, families interested in monitoring a elderly or teen driver and people looking for a auto-theft prevention tool.
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The most precise method of measuring time through a process of using the movements of atoms, atomic clocks are utilized in both GPS navigation and GPS tracking devices to assist in the calculation of determining GPS location.