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Camera & GPS Monitoring

Camera monitoring is a type of surveillance technology that uses Moving sensors to track and monitor the movements of an object or person.

GPS monitoring is often used to track the movements of vehicles, such as trucks, buses, and cars, as well as to monitor the location of individuals, such as employees, children, and elderly persons. GPS monitoring typically involves installing a GPS device on the object or person being monitored, which then communicates with GPS satellites to determine its location. This information is then transmitted to a central monitoring system, which can be accessed by authorized personnel via a web-based interface or mobile application.