GPS / Telematics

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Allen County Uses GPS to Track its Vehicles

FORT WAYNE, IN – Allen County government will soon start using global positioning devices to monitor some county-owned cars and trucks — a test program that could later lead to the tracking of all county vehicles.

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GPS May Keep Track of Chicago's Police

CHICAGO – Every Chicago Police officer's movements could be electronically tracked by global positioning systems (GPS) if a program being tested in the Chicago Lawn District wins approval.

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LAPD Patrol Cars to Get Sticky-GPS-Tracker Cannon

LOS ANGELES – Los Angeles Police Department (LAPD) will be able to fire sticky GPS tracker devices at fleeing miscreants' cars as soon as next year.

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Auburn University Buses Switch to Alternative Fuel

AUBURN, AL – The orange and blue Tiger Transit buses at Auburn University are now being fueled with biodiesel. More than 40 Tiger Transit buses run 12 hours a day at Auburn.

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Military Style GPS to Go Commercial

CEDAR RAPIDS, IOWA – Global positioning system devices now used by thousands of soldiers worldwide will be sold commercially by defense contractor Rockwell Collins Inc.

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Auburn University Buses Switch to Alternative Fuel

AUBURN, AL – The orange and blue Tiger Transit buses at Auburn University are now being fueled with biodiesel.

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York County Natural Gas Selects GTG to Implement New GIS Software Solutions

LONGVIEW, TEXAS – Geographic Technologies Group, Inc. (GTG) announced today that York County, South Carolina Natural Gas has upgraded LGviewer to Community Connect.

Articles

Using Telematics to Manage Truck Fleets

Fleet managers describe how the ability to track vehicle location, gas consumption, and preventive maintenance has benefited their fleets.

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Wireless Matrix Launches Next Generation of FleetOutlook

RESTON, VA – Wireless Matrix Corporation, a provider of mobile resource management (MRM) solutions, announced the next generation of FleetOutlook, its hosted, 360° MRM solution.

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Federal Vehicles Increasingly Outfitted With Smart Technologies

WASHINGTON – Federal cars and trucks are increasingly being outfitted with smart technologies that can record virtually everything a driver does with a vehicle.

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