The average smart phone now comes with an operational, albeit small, GPS tracking device. These little machines have made it so much easier for individuals worldwide to be tracked, live, practically at a whim.
Every once in a while, though, when a private investigator needs to follow an individual, GPS tracking can become a pain in the neck. Faced with frustratingly outdated, underpowered, passive tracking, investigators have looked to GPS trackers that just were not designed for the kind of operations they need.
As GPS becomes an unbelievably constant part of modern life, GPS manufacturer EasyTracGPS has not forgotten the needs of the private investigator, and has introduced the ComTrac “Covert Pro” to that end.
The Private Investigator Needs…
In the typical Hollywood film, a private investigator is hired for one of two reasons: to track a spouse who might be participating in some extramarital activities, or to find a missing person. Now the world of the P.I. is notably more complex than that. However, when looking through the lens of these two activities, it is easy to see why investigators may resort to clandestine GPS tracking in order to get things done.
The Olden Days
“Back in the day,” before the advent of GPS tracking, P.I.s had to follow people the old fashioned way: in their vehicles. It was an arduous process, and dangerous to the inexperienced. As the electronic age has increasingly become integrated into the fabric of our lives, many individuals are, for the most part, within reach of a GPS satellite. And modern electronic manufacturing has made it so much easier to make that tracking easy.
An Easier Way
EasyTracGPS’s ComTrac Covert Pro makes tracking a breeze. It is a small GPS tracking device that may be hidden in a vehicle or parcel. Once activated, the GPS is traceable anywhere there is an Internet connection. The Chicago-based manufacturer of this stellar technology has brought this GPS in more expensively than most self-employed P.I.s might expect, too… a true boon for this niche market for GPS tech.
A Change May Do Investigators Good
Promising the ability to save time and gasoline, not to mention taking a whole lot of risk out of the equation, EasyTracGPS has made it a whole lot easier to track individuals in a covert manner.