By Harriette Halepis
Gone are the days when children went to bed wondering when Santa would be landing on the rooftop. Today’s tech-savvy kids can do far better than imagination – GPS trackers have Santa pegged, and tracking him is as easy as logging onto a website (www.noradsanta.org).
Kids and parents all around the world will now be able to track Santa’s movements thanks to the Internet and GPS capabilities. While it may seem impossible, Santa is now under constant surveillance thanks to a group of people known as NORAD (North American Aerospace Defence Command).
NORAD has teamed up with On Star to create an in-car Santa tracker. Using GPS technology, children of all ages will be able to watch as Santa flies around the globe. On Star subscribers will be automatically allowed to track Santa’s every move. If you don’t have On Star, don’t worry – Santa’s movements will also be recorded on Facebook, Twitter, YouTube, Flickr, and Google Earth.
The fun doesn’t start until December 24th, but many kids around the globe are anxiously awaiting the arrival of Santa. So, when will Santa be coming to your town? Well, tune into your On Star Santa station in order to find out – one thing’s for sure, Santa won’t be able to get away with any wasted work time this year!