Remote Security Alarms GPS for Vehicles
Roaming remote GPS security systems are used mostly for securing vehicles. (Sometimes, they are also used to secure kids and pets.)
Remote security alarm GPS devices trigger an alarm that is transmitted to the customer whenever the secured object is touched or moved by an unauthorized person. In the case of cars or any other vehicles, mini GPS anti-theft devices are installed in the vehicle. These anti theft GPS devices are small enough to hide anywhere in the vehicle. The receivers of these anti- theft GPS devices are capable of retrieving and interpreting data even from the faintest signal from satellites, which make them perfect for tracking the vehicle.
Normally, these anti theft GPS units are placed under the hood or anywhere else in a way that nothing blocks the signal reception. These anti theft GPS units are connected to transmitters that can send signals to some preset numbers stored in the latter as soon as the vehicle is touched by any unauthorized person. Sometimes, the alarm may also go off due to animals touching the vehicle.
The entire system is monitored by software that uses certain recognition features to understand who is accessing the vehicle. As soon as it is determined that the use is unauthorized, a signal can be transmitted to the customer's cell phone. The customer may then lodge a complaint with the police and ask the GPS service provider to cooperate with officials in order to capture and retrieve the vehicle.
Note: Most modern day vehicles come with the anti-theft GPS devices preinstalled. These are monitored by the GPS service provider with whom the vehicle manufacturer has tie-ins. For example, OnCare is a GPS service provider that has a tie-in with General Motors. For vehicles that do not have anti-theft GPS, you may approach any of the GPS service providers in your area who take care of installation and monitoring your vehicle for some annual fee.