Cutting-Edge GPS Tracking Systems

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Since 2004, Chicago-area based EasyTracGPS has been the global leader in delivering cutting-edge GPS tracking systems that continue to make the world a smaller place.

The landscape is not trending towards change, change has already arrived. Mobile GPS tracking applications and wireless connectivity have become intertwined in the very fabric of our global society. GPS tracking is now a critical component in government actionspublic and private fleet strategies, law enforcement tactics, mobile workforce management, private investigations, personal protection and security, offender monitoring programs, and the list continues to grow. 

To level the playing field and remain competitive, many of those previously resistant to GPS tracking now support it as part of their overall strategy. The machine-to-machine and vehicle telematics markets have matured to the point that costs have been driven down, and prior barriers to entry have been diminished. The high level of visibility and control that a world-class GPS tracking system offers, coupled with lower associated costs, fosters an environment where investment in a solution is simply too sensible to ignore. The many benefits easily offset and greatly outweigh the expense.

If you are among those seeking a quantum-leap in efficiency, effectiveness, security, and profitability, then look no further. From global fleet tracking to the monitoring of mental health patients, EasyTracGPS understands and can deliver an integrated solution, tailor-made to your specific needs. Our GPS tracking devices and SAAS (software-as-a-service) platforms address every scenario, and can accommodate every request, no matter how minor.

Our team of dedicated support specialists offers a personalized and passionate level of service to all of our clients. Our technology experts and software engineers continue to introduce solutions that stand head and shoulders above their counterparts. Moving forward, through continued deployment of our core GPS tracking products, we stand ready to help your organization achieve all of its goals and objectives. Your success is our success. We would love to be of service and look forward to hearing from you.

The eye in the sky is EasyTracGPS, “We Find Meaning Behind the Data.”

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GPS Satellite Rocket-Maker Owned by Elon Musk To Sue Air Force

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GPS satellite launches, controlled by the U.S. Air Force, could potentially be open to additional competition. SpaceX, Inc., and CEO Elon Musk, plan a Friday complaint filing with the U.S. Court of Federal Claims. The company seeks a level and competitive playing field versus United Launch Alliance LLC (ULA), a joint venture between Lockheed Martin Corp. and Boeing Co.

SpaceX, Inc., and owner Elon Musk, take issue with the exclusive nature of the satellite launch contracts that the U.S. Air Force has recently negotiated. The EELV (Evolved Expendable Launch Vehicle) GPS satellite launch program has, without any outside competitive bidding, already been awarded through 2017. Come this Friday, a fight over these non-competitive bidding practices begins.

GPS Satellite Rocket-Maker Owned by Elon Musk Sues Air Force

GPS Satellite Rocket-Maker Owned by Elon Musk To Sue Air Force

Musk was quoted in a statement saying, ““We are simply asking that SpaceX and any other qualified domestic launch providers be allowed to compete in the EELV program for any and all missions that they could launch.” The landscape of the GPS satellite launch program might soon change.
 
Tensions between the U.S. and Russia are also setting the stage for a launch program fight. SpaceX is seeking to exploit the fact that ULA makes use of the Atlas V booster, which relies on a Russian-made rocket engine designed by the NPO Energomash company. Ironically, NPO Energomash is headed by the recently sanctioned head of Russia’s space program, Dmitry Rogozin. Musk argues that, in light of recent events, it is irresponsible for the Air Force to contribute to the very same economy that these sanctions are intended to punish. The Air Force has acknowledged these concerns and is currently seeking a license to produce the engine inside the U.S.
 
Source: http://www.dodbuzz.com/2014/04/28/spacex-sues-air-force-to-launch-gps-satellites/
 
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