CHICAGO, IL, February 19, 2014 /24-7PressRelease/ -- Tracking What Matters Most
The SilverCloud Tag Personal Live GPS Tracker is a portable, pocket-sized, live GPS tracker that can be used for a variety of personal tracking applications. It's ultra-compact size allows it to be placed virtually anywhere - inside a purse, backpack, briefcase or car. The powerful internal GPS module provides accurate live location updates, which can be viewed from a computer, laptop or mobile device.
The SilverCloud Tag utilizes the user-friendly SilverCloud Online mapping software. With the web-based SilverCloud Online, users will have the ability to monitor and track a vehicle or asset in real-time. The SilverCloud Tag is the perfect live tracking solution for parents who are looking to monitor their teenage drivers on the road, or children as they commute to and from school.
The SilverCloud Tag can be placed discretely inside a child's backpack. Parents can then login to SilverCloud Online and see exactly where their child is remotely from home or from an office throughout the day. This personal live GPS tracker offers valuable peace of mind, especially for working parents, who are unable to monitor their kids to and from school.
The SilverCloud Tag is also a great tool for parents of teenage drivers. According to various driving statistics, teen drivers ages 16-19 are four times more likely than older adults to be involved in fatal crashes. This unfortunate statistic not affects the ones directly behind the wheel, but it often affects passengers as well. One in five teen passengers from grades 9th-11th have been involved in at least one car accident in the past year while riding with peers.
The SilverCloud Tag can be used as a monitoring and safety tool for parents who want to keep a virtual eye on their teen drivers without physically being with them while they're on the road. With the SilverCloud Online software, parents can set speed and location based alerts and notifications that can be sent via email or text message (SMS). For example, speed alerts can be set to send notifications whenever the vehicle goes over 60 MPH. Location alerts can also set whenever a vehicle enters or exits a designated geo-zone.
SilverCloud Tag Software Features
The SilverCloud Tag utilizes the user-friendly SilverCloud Online web-browser based mapping interface. With SilverCloud Online, users can locate, monitor and track their vehicle(s) or asset(s) from an internet-enabled computer, laptop or mobile device without having to install or setup separate software. Just open your favorite web-browser (Google Chrome, Apple Safari or Firefox), login with your secure username and password, and instantly start tracking.
The web-based mapping interface comes with a wealth of useful features for personal tracking applications and for business purposes. It's ideal small business owners, such as food trucks and other restaurant delivery services. The SilverCloud Online platform gives users the unique ability to share the live location of their vehicles via email, URL link or embedded directly onto their website with ShareSpot. The shared online mapping window shows precisely where the vehicle is and how fast it's traveling, allowing the public to conveniently see its location at any time conveniently from a web-browser without having to contact the user directly.
For more information about the SilverCloud Overdrive, and what it can do for you or your business, contact one of the helpful representatives at LandAirSea at 847-462-8100 or email email@example.com.
LandAirSea has been a leading manufacturer and developer of passive and real-time GPS tracking systems since 1994. All of the devices offered by LandAirSea undergo extensive predevelopment research and testing to ensure that their clients are receiving quality products guaranteed to deliver real, measurable results. LandAirSea is committed to providing GPS tracking devices that offer precision, simplicity and durability to help elevate overall efficiency, safety and productivity.
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