It’s not uncommon for a security system to make use of GPS tracking to help ensure the security of an item. It can be a very valuable tool, especially when tracking the location of stolen goods or vehicles.
GPS (Global Positioning System) is used to track the location of something anywhere on the Earth, 24 hours a day, in all weather conditions. Because of these features, a GPS enabled security system is more suited to safeguarding items that have the potential of being moved to a different location. Examples of this include cars, bikes and expensive items like jewellery and watches.
GPS security systems are also useful for tracking the movement of an item but within a designated range. In some instances, an item may be moved around regularly, so the security system allows for this. But it may be undesirable for the item to exceed certain ranges, if this happens the security system will then trigger, alerting of the unwanted movement.