Public Safety

LandAirSea Systems Trackers Announce Redesigned Online Store

December 11, 2012By

Vehicle-Tracking.com has been redesigned. Vehicle-Tracking.com is the official online e-commerce site of LandAirSea Systems, a provider of consumer and business-to-business GPS tracking devices since 1994. Vehicle-Tracking.com provides passive and real-time GPS tracking devices and systems designed for a wide-range of applications, including fleet management, law enforcement surveillance, asset monitoring and personal vehicle tracking. Vehicle-Tracking also offers the full-line of accessories,... read more

Logistics, GIS and Disaster Response, Post-Sandy

November 27, 2012By
DRIL 2012

An exercise in planning for months proves timely in light of Hurricane Sandy By Art Kalinski I was going to write about the increasing presence of social media at GEOINT 2012, but I’ll cover that next month since Hurricane Sandy made an exercise I attended last week more significant in its timeliness. The Disaster Response Integrative Logistics Exercise was a... read more

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Trimble’s Yuma 2 Rugged Tablet Provides Full Office Capabilities

October 29, 2012By

Trimble introduced today the Yuma 2 rugged tablet computer, which it says is a powerful mobile computing solution that provides full office capabilities in the field for construction, transportation, public safety, field service, forestry, utilities, mapping, insurance and any other outdoor or service-related industry. The Yuma 2 offers a seven-inch capacitive multi-touchscreen in an easy-to-hold form factor that measures 6.3... read more

CoreLogic: Top 25 Zip Codes in NYC at Risk of Property Damage from Hurricane Sandy

October 29, 2012By

  Note to Readers: The CoreLogic storm-surge analysis provided below was developed based on the projected path of Hurricane Sandy as of 12:30 p.m. ET Monday, October 29. CoreLogic has released data showing the top 25 zip codes in New York City-Northern New Jersey-Long Island that are at risk of exposure to residential property damage from hurricane-driven storm-surge flooding when... read more

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GTX Corp Brings GPS Shoes for Alzheimer’s to UK, Ireland

October 11, 2012By

GTX Corp has announced today that its patented GPS tracking smart shoe will be commercially available in the U.K and Ireland this month. The Aetrex Navistar GPS shoes will be made under license by comfort footwear maker Aetrex Worldwide, Inc., and will be distributed by Tipp Toes, an Aetrex Worldwide distributor located  in Ireland. The Alzheimer’s Society in the U.K... read more

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LiveViewGPS Vehicle Tracker Supports Verizon CDMA Network

October 5, 2012By

LiveViewGPS, a GPS tracking company for business, government and individuals, is now shipping its VLS 300VZ GPS vehicle tracker that operates exclusively on Verizon’s CDMA wireless system. The hard-wired unit features a three-wire hookup and can be configured to update vehicle locations at 1-, 2- and 5-minute intervals. The VLS 300VZ GPS vehicle tracker is based on LiveViewGPS’ VLS platform,... read more

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ITT Exelis Announces New Capability in GPS Interference, Detection and Geolocation

September 19, 2012By

ITT Exelis has announced what it calls a significant development in the field of GPS technology. Exelis GPS Interference, Detection and Geolocation (IDG) will provide near real-time geolocation of intentional and unintentional GPS jamming sources through a network of sensors and advanced geolocation technology, the company announced at ION-GNSS, being held this week in Nashville, Tennessee. “From security to transportation... read more

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Trimble Brings Smartphone Look and Feel to a Rugged Handheld Computer

August 21, 2012By

Trimble has introduced the Juno T41 handheld computer, bringing a smartphone-inspired option to industries demanding a rugged field computer for data collection and mobile workforce management. The Juno T41 handheld is a developer-friendly computing device for real-world field conditions, with either Windows Embedded Handheld or Android operating systems, Trimble said. “With the release of the Juno T41, we are providing... read more

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