TrackServer trackers use the Trackserver apps, and can be deployed with or without an external power connection.
Aibeile GPS trackers are from an alternate family of trackers that use either the Aibeile or the Aibeile Plus apps.
The AibeilePlus phone app allows multiple GPS trackers to show in a single account (login), and a tracker to show in more than 1 account.
How our trackers work: GPS trackers are usually attached in some way to something or someone to show its location currently and in the past. Trackers send out location reports at regular intervals when moving, and shut down or sleep when not moving. They continue reporting when movement is again detected. This is made possible through sets of satellites orbiting the Earth, which emit radio waves that allow a tracker to work out its latitude and longtitude. They cannot do this if they cannot receive these signals. There are many possible reasons for deploying trackers, mainly dealing with asset protection and personal safety, although they are also used by some in covert ways, which we cannot prevent. Many of the Aibeile trackers offer 2-voice telephony options, as well as many health & well-being features. TrackServer devices have superior GPS and battery life options. Customers need to establish priorities in what their needs are.
Apps: Trackers come access to a Phone App and a browser-based WebApp. This lets any number of people, who have been given access, to see where one or more trackers is. Logging in can require a tracker ID, a username and optionally a password as well, if assigned by a customer. The reporting frequency is typically set at about 1-10 minutes. Our ranges of trackers contain SIMs that work almost anywhere in the World. Recently one went from Mayo to Mongolia and back, with a continuous (History) reported trail, because our SIMs roam free in most coutries. The apps are simple to use, allowing non-technical folk to easily control them without the cost of or the need for a monitoring centre. Our trackers /apps are fully legal / licensed to legally use Google maps. Our trackers are grouped by the apps they use - TrackServer or Aibeile trackers.
Alerts: Our trackers have the capability to send alerts if they detect
a) Motion - if it moves when "armed";
b) Over-speed - when/if it goes over a set speed;
c) Geofences - when/if it leaves or enters a particular place/zone/geofence defined by customer;
d) Panic - if its panic button (if any) is pressed;
e) Battery flat - if its battery drops below a user-set level - e.g. 20%.
The alerts may be by push messages within an app, by SMS or email, depending on tracker model.
Technical details: GPS trackers contains a GPS module, a modem; an accelerometer to detect motion, and a rechargeable battery, akin to a mobile phone. They come in different package shapes and sizes. Size varies greatly, depending on battery size and whether it contains a magnet. When in the open or near a window/opening, they must receive the radio signals from orbitting satellites 20,200km above Earth, from which they calculate latitude and longtitude to 6 decimal places. The accuracy of the calculated location depends on:
1) the physical setting / surroundings;
2) the strength of the satelite signals;
3) the time since the previous location report.
Weak signals and long time intervals between reports give low accuracy. The first location report after a long time should usually be ignored. The next one will be more accurate. Trackers will not work if surrounded by metal, or deep inside buildings, reinforced concrete walls or floors, trees, etc. Position reports are sent via data packets across the mobile phone networks to a server and database
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Advantages of our trackers:
Antennas: Each tracker has two antennas, one for communication (GPRS/GSM) and one for satellite signal reception (GPS). These are located on the front face (side with LEDs) of the tracker or on the side opposite any magnets. This MUST face the outside world. The App/WebApp displays the times of the last location report time/date and the Last Communication (GPRS) time/date.
Battery duration: Our trackers contain Lithium Polymer (LiPo) batteries which have built-in under- and over-voltage protection, short circuit and high temperature cut-out for safety. If a tracker has been allowed to be flat for a very long time, it may take many hours / days to recharge.
Battery life depends on:
Figures below represent typical/normal usage conditions under open sky, typically reporting up to 200 times per day. Reporting more than 400 times per day is deemed excessive. If a tracker has to work at high gain/amplification due to a weak satellite signal strength, it will deplete quickly. Lithium polymer batteries have a finite lifespan of ~3 yrs typically, and batteries may need replacement thereafter.
Warranty period: Technically 12 months from purchase, but we seldom quibble over any defects.
Product Flyer: GPS2Find_Trackers.pdf
Use or lose it: If a tracker is not in subscription, and hasn't reported for 6 months, we may cancel it to stop paying the monthly charges that it incurs. We will attempt to contact customers. Keep your tracker charged and in regular use. Please read our Terms of service.
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