Gps Magellan

Written by Dan Mintz
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Did you spend hours in Boy Scouts learning how to use a map and compass to find your way around? It turns out those hours were a waste of time, because today's version of a map and compass is so simple and effective, anyone can use it with hardly any training at all. With a GPS Magellan unit, you can navigate with just the push of a button.

By receiving and analyzing signals from a network of 24 satellites, a GPS Magellan system can calculate your exact location, in terms of latitude and longitude. But that's not all. By displaying this location on a color map, you can see where you are, where you need to go, and how to get there. Install one of these units in your car, and you'll never have to ask for directions again.

GPS Magellan and Vehicle Tracking

You can also use GPS technology for vehicle tracking. A GPS tracking device, installed in a car or a truck, determines the vehicle's location, but instead of displaying it on a map, maintains a record of how the vehicles location and speed changes over time. So you can keep track of where a vehicle is from the comfort of your home or office.

If you oversee a large fleet of cars or trucks, combine vehicle tracking with GPS Magellan technology for maximum efficiency. The Magellan units will tell your drivers where they are, so they can take the most direct routes without getting lost. And the tracking units will tell you where your drivers are, so you have the information you need to supervise their work.


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