GPS Trackers


Developed by the U.S. government, the Global Positioning System (GPS for short) consists of 24 satellites in orbit above the Earth.  GPS trackers receive signals from these satellites and use them to pinpoint and track the location of the device, generally within a few yards under optimal conditions. Trackers use multiple satellites to triangulate their position, so the more satellites the device can “see,” the more accurate it will be in pinpointing its location..

  • Track Mail or Shipments

    Track any object that has personal or professional value to you, from works of art to jewelry to business inventory…


  • Track A Family Member

    Use GPS to instantly locate anything that matters to you. Get the instant answers and peace of mind you need…