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A "pure satellite" tracker is a GPS tracking device specifically designed for monitoring fixed and mobile assets on an international level. Because cellular service is not required in order to report locations with these remote satellite GPS trackers, these devices then become both versatile and useful in rural areas, forests, deserts, across open waters, and more. A clear view of the sky is all that is required for detailed and accurate location information. As you select the right GPS tracking device for your needs, it’s important to be aware of the limitations as well. These remote satellite GPS trackers are not designed for continuous interval tracking or monitoring of assets in areas where cellular coverage is readily available. These satellite trackers are designed to help you keep track of your possessions at all times and are best used in situations where cellular service cannot reach, helping you to keep track of your assets no matter what.
Tracking people, vehicles, cargo, and more is notoriously difficult in wilderness areas where cellular signals are limited, and satellite-enabled devices are the best option for offsetting that concern. Satellite trackers are best used in such environments as cargo ships, long distance truck travel, cross country trains, shipping containers being stacked on giant cargo ships, etc. In other GPS tracking applications, trackers use cellular signals to convey information such as travel locations, speeds, and timing, but when your assets are at sea or in wilderness areas and such cellular signals are unavailable, you shouldn't have to sacrifice knowledge!
Our GPS learning library is one of the best resources we have for customers searching for information about how a GPS tracker works, how to choose the best one for your needs, and more. We invite you to explore our library to learn more about GPS tracking for business needs, the benefits of using GPS tracking to monitor the movements and whereabouts of your business assets, how international GPS tracking works, where to place a GPS tracker for optimal performance, and more.
Tracking people, vehicles, cargo, and more is notoriously difficult in wilderness areas where cellular signals are limited, and satellite-enabled devices are the best option for offsetting that concern. Satellite trackers are best used in such environments as cargo ships, long distance truck travel, on shipping containers, etc. The only thing you need is an external place for mounting your tracking device to ensure direct view of the sky by satellites. If you need help selecting the right place to mount your satellite tracker, please contact our dedicated support team for guidance. You can also explore our detailed help site specifically designed to help you answer any GPS tracking or device management question you may have. Customer satisfaction is so important to our team at BrickHouse Security and we believe a big part of that is education. Knowledge is power and your ability to have your questions answered will be instrumental in helping you achieve your GPS tracking goals, whatever they are! At BrickHouse Security, you are our top priority! If you have questions or concerns, please don’t hesitate to reach out as we offer a lifetime of technical support from our dedicated team. Once you purchase a device from us, you are entitled to ongoing education, information, and technical support.