Get ready to have GPS trackers with 3G game changing technology at the touch of a finger.
Oklahoma City, Oklahoma (PRWEB) July 08, 2015
Those who have started using GPS tracker technology know the impact they have had on their daily work routine. The upgraded 3G connectivity has a lot of fleet managers excited. Improvements in technology can only aim to make the workplace run even smoother. If a fleet company is still operating with 2G connectivity, they won't be getting the most accurate data. Today, US Fleet Tracking is going to talk a bit about the differences between 2G and 3G connectivity, just to show why 3G connectivity is a game changer for GPS trackers.
GPS trackers with 2G connectivity are using second generation technology that started in the 1990s. One may agree that when their fleets are in the field, the rate at which they are able to obtain data from their GPS tracker devices is very important. According to information reported by EngineersGarage, the speed of data transmission in a device using 2G network is less than 50,000 bits per second.
GPS trackers with 3G connectivity are using newer technology that started in 2000s. This technology provides more flexibility for fleets, as the download speed is much faster. According to information reported by EngineersGarage, the speed of data transmission in a device using 3G network can be more than 4 million bits per second.
With a 2G network operating system, fleets run the risk of having a weak connection and inaccurate information. If fleets aren't using GPS trackers at all, they're even further behind. Many fleet managers know they don't want to be left in the dust, and if that's the case, it is time to bring the fleet business into the digital age. GPS trackers can make work life a lot less stressful with automatic vehicle maintenance reminders, drivers' analytical reports, simplified payroll, decreased fuel costs and so much more! Get ready to have GPS trackers with 3G game changing technology at the touch of a finger.
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