Technology and Development

Global Tracking Technology™ is a leading worldwide provider of GPS tracking solutions. We have experience designing total system solutions to our customer’s requirements, manufacturing best of breed gps tracking hardware, writing user friendly, easy to use tracking software and in applying our considerable knowledge of the latest gps tracking technologies to provide our customers the best, most affordable solutions. Global Tracking Technology™ offers extensive experience, capabilities and the latest technologies in the selected location based services markets of container tracking, trailer/package tracking, vehicle tracking, high value asset tracking and personal security.

GPS Tracking Devices

Global has developed a number of population solutions including:

covert gps tracking package tracking

A groundbreaking solution that has a near global footprint and operating range based on using highly available GSM-GPRS data networks with high sensitive GPS technology. This system is used across a number of industries including logistics, cargo security and high value asset tracking. Global Tracking Technology™ has launched this system offering no monthly subscriptions to users and features innovative ‘pay as you use’ credit technology that massively reduces the operating costs of gps tracking systems and increases ROI.

global tag gps satellite tracking device

A long life tracking device that uses low earth orbit communication satellites for realtime tracking of assets across land and ocean. Suitable for tracking high value assets such as containers, vessels, barges and equipment through the logistics chain, or to provide visibility of high value assets whilst positioned in remote areas. GlobalTags have been deployed worldwide and are particularly effective when used in areas where no cellular land based communication network is available.


GPS Tracking Software

Global Tracking Technology™ utilises the web based gps tracking system. This online web 2.0 application and gps tracking system has been built from the ground up to provide end users with key functionality such as :


  • worldwide mapping
  • multiple device type capability
  • secure, cloud based hosting
  • multiple SMS server integration
  • standard function controls: reporting intervals; history data; geofencing; routing; alert escalation; telemetry; device management


Realtime GPS Tracking with StreetView


Smartphone and Tablet Interfaces

From developing SMS and Jave application, to the original mobile application development for software on Symbian and Windows CE, Global has been at the leading edge of mobile app development. All our system come with the ability to interface with tracking devices on mobile smarthphones and tablets:

Realtime SMS Geofence Alerts

Latest position and device status


In working with Global Tracking Technology™, your organization will benefit from:

• Proven, best of breed technologies

• Continuing research, development and product enhancement

• Genuine, global reach; multiple communications network compatibility and seamless mapping data sources

• A management and technical team that have strong related experiences, who understand your business and how our technologies can be best used to solve your requirements

• Getting the best prices and best solution’s design available

Global Tracking Technologies solutions comprise the following technologies:

Global positioning system (GPS) consists of 24 operational satellites in six circular orbits that lie in non-synchronous orbits at inclinations of 55 degrees, 20,200 km above the earth. There are currently two ‘public’ GPS systems. The NAVSTAR system is owned by the United States and is managed by the Department of Defence. The Russian Federation owns the GLONASS system.
The GPS satellites are used to calculate the position of a GPS receiver on or above the surface of the earth by applying simple geometry, together with computing algorithms that assist the receiver in determining which satellites to use, thereby resolving any ambiguity related to location.

Assisted GPS (AGPS) GPS requires a host of complex calculations before determining the latitude and longitude of the user. In AGPS solution, the network provides the handset with additional bits of data that allow the handset to lock onto satellites with greater alacrity, meaning that it is presumed to be the most accurate of all PDTs.

Global Standard for Mobiles (GSM); GSM is the name of a land mobile International digital cellular radiocommunications system;
Code Division Multiple Access (CDMA); CDMA is one of several “spread spectrum” techniques. CDMA offers improvements over analogue transmission in the areas of reduced call dropping, battery power conservation, more secure transmission and increased service options.
Universal Mobile Telephone System (UMTS): Third generation telecommunications system based on WCDMA-DS.
Time Division Multiple Access (TDMA): a digital wireless telephony transmission technique. TDMA allocates each user a different time slot on a given frequency. GSM, D-AMPS, PDC and DECT use TDMA in one form or another. 2. A name generally used for D-AMPS. TDMA networks are operated in the US, Latin America, New Zealand, parts of Russia and Asia Pacific. D-AMPS, GSM, PDC, AMPS

Enhanced observed time difference (EOTD) is a time difference of arrival technology solution that measures the apparent time differences and received time of signals transmitted from the network to the handset. A fair amount of calculation happens in the handset that needs to detect and measure the time of arrival data from three sites. This technology is fairly accurate and for digital GSM operators, the network infrastructure as well as handset upgrade cost is minimal.

Radio frequency identification (RFID). RFID tags are small integrated circuits connected to an antenna, which can respond to an interrogating RF signal with simple identifying information, or with more complex signals depending on the size of the IC. Rolltronics’ technology can produce thin, small and durable RFIDs in a cost-effective process.

Wireless Fidelity (WIFI) – Otherwise known as Wireless Networking, commonly using the 802.11b and g protocol.

Transmission Control Protocol/Internet Protocol (TCP/IP): the suite of communications protocols used to connect hosts on the Internet.

International Maritime Satellite Organization (INMARSAT) – An organization created to manage and distribute naval, aeronautical, and mobile land Satellite telecommunications.