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Tag: GPS tracking

Emergency Services Benefit from GPS Tracking

Overcoming Emergency Service Challenges Through GPS Tracking Emergency medical service directors have the duty to ensure that hospitals and first response units run swiftly and properly every day, especially considering emergency services and health care. They have the vital role of …

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How Environmental Solutions Companies Can Benefit ...

Recently, many businesses have started using GPS tracking system to fulfill their task of protecting the environment. But how exactly does GPS tracking for environmental solutions companies help? Important Features of GPS Tracking for Environmental Solutions Companies Protecting the environment …

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Using GPS Technology to Improve Taxi Service Opera...

Budget is important in businesses, whether large- or small-scale. GPS tracking has been known to be an effective system adopted to improve taxi service, especially considering that they rely heavily on drivers’ abilities to transport passengers from one location to …

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South Florida County Equips School Buses with GPS ...

Schools in Pasco County are using GPS monitoring for school bus to monitor more or less 37,000 students being driven around by 440 buses to and from school. It’s the same GPS tracking system that is currently used by Hillsborough County and …

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Ways to Take Care of Elderly Parents

Taking care of elderly parents is a huge responsibility because it is during this stage in their lives that the elderlies develop debilitating diseases such as Alzheimer’s and dementia, making them frail and unstable. In this condition, they are more susceptible …

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Tips for Vehicle Summer Maintenance

Summer is the time when most people are busy thinking of ways to get by during the warmest season of the year. And when your mind is occupied with many things, it’s easy to understand why something as important as …

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Using GPS Technology to Motivate Employees

Giving rewards proves to be a more effective way of motivating employees than imposing penalties, that’s the conclusion drawn from the research conducted by an associate professor at Michigan State University, Karen Sedatole. This could be true as honest employees …

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