of GPS Dog Tracking
Your four-legged favorite runs gladly around you during a walk. It may run away from you pretty far. It even may disappear out of
eyeshot. What distance do you let your dog move away from you? What would you say if an alert was sent you when the dog went out of
its permitted zone? It's fine, isn't it?
A GPS dog tracker can send you just that alert with your dog's location. So a lost pet will be found with in minutes.
Global positioning system tracks your furry friend much more assiduously and scrupulously than anyone else in the world. It does
it every five seconds. The system, in the given case, consists of the following components:
- Transmitter placed on the collar of your merry runner
- Orbital satellites
- Receiver you hold in your reliable hands
The collar device transmits a signal that is received by a few orbital satellites. They resend it back to the Earth. The handheld
device receives the signal retranslated by satellites, calculates information on it, and gives the exact position of your dog. This
is repeated every five seconds. That's how the very global system works for dog tracking.
Simply put a GPS device into a pouch on a collar around your dog's neck. You hold a GPS handheld receiver and can clearly track the
pet on the screen of that device. You can exactly detect how far away the animal is from you, whether it is moving and how fast, and
even what the dog is doing: running or sitting.
Also, you can set a permitted, safety zone, which limits the distance your furry favorite can go away from you, and be quiet. The
rest things - monitor mode, walk mode, and locate mode - run automatically.
Let it be - a connection between you and your friend, through space.