Are you familiar with GPS? GPS (Global Positioning System) has some things in common with the Internet : both were created in part through the US Department of Defense, both were initially intended for military use, and both are much more successful than their creators ever imagined.
NAVSTAR GPS uses at least 24 satellites at one time in Earthâ€™s orbit, and together they help you pinpoint a receiverâ€™s location just about anywhere in the world. GPS has evolved into smaller and cheaper receivers.
Many companies offer GPS tracking systems, for example Rocky Mountain Tracking (RMT). These tracking systems vary in price, quality and functionality. You can use GPS tracking systems for both personal and business use. For example, you can use it to track your loved ones (and for them to keep track of you). If you run a business, you can use it to keep track of the movement of vehicles and people. This is especially important in case of accidents or breakdowns.