Understanding GPS Intervals and Pricing: A Guide to GPS
Businesses in the market for GPS tracking devices to monitor valuable assets, vehicles, and even entire fleets may have questions about how to best implement these tools. When examining your options, you should consider a number of features including:
- Tracking intervals
- Appropriate use cases
Being able to clearly articulate your own needs will also help you determine which device is the best choice.
Before you get started, it's important to understand what all of this terminology means! A GPS tracking interval refers to the amount of time that lapses between moments in which the GPS tracker turns on to capture its location. Intervals can be anywhere from 10 seconds, which is frequent, to up to 5 minutes, which is very spread out. On-demand tracking is an option that bypasses using intervals and only turns on to track its location in response to a user’s location request.
We invite you to visit the BrickHouse Security website for more information. This learning article explores these various interval options available, the features that accompany them, and their most appropriate use cases. If you have questions or want to talk with one of our team members to learn more about GPS tracking use cases and how GPS trackers can benefit your business, please contact our team at (800) 654-7966. We look forward to serving you!