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Kick Off the New Year With GPS Units From LAS

Kick Off the New Year With GPS Units From LAS

As another year draws to a close, ask yourself this question:

Do you feel safer than you did 12 months ago?

Car thefts are on the rise in many U.S. states, property crimes — including burglaries — increased in major American cities, and police in the U.K. fear a surge in crime because of the current cost of living crisis.

While these statistics shouldn't scare you, they reveal the growing need for businesses to secure their most valuable assets in 2023. 

LandAirSea's range of GPS surveillance technology can help! These compact and discrete devices use the global positioning system to generate real-time location insights about whatever item you attach them to. If a criminal steals an asset from your workplace, you can track its location, share this information with law enforcement, and improve your chances of recovering it.

LAS is excited about the new year and the opportunities it will bring. The company has one goal for the next 12 months: to make more businesses like yours feel safe! LAS GPS trackers will provide peace of mind in an ever-scary world. 

Why Should You Invest in LAS GPS Trackers in 2023?

LAS GPS trackers are electronic devices that connect to almost any asset. For example, you can attach one of these products to the glove box or rear bumper of a commercial vehicle with cables or magnets. A GPS tracker receives signals from satellites orbiting the earth to determine its exact position. You can then view location data generated by your tracker on a desktop computer or smartphone app. 

The great thing about LAS GPS trackers is the ability to receive real-time location alerts. You can create a geofence — a small virtual geographical area — around your tracker and get notifications when an asset leaves that location. For example, receive timely information when a commercial vehicle moves from your workplace, which suggests someone has stolen it. You can track your vehicle's location in real time and alert the authorities. 

LAS has all the GPS technology you need for a safer 2023!

Use Cases for LAS GPS Trackers in 2023

Investing in a GPS surveillance product from LAS can make you feel more secure. Here are some use cases for GPS units:

  • Protect your business by monitoring driver performance. You can use a tracker to discover how long a driver takes to get to their destination, the route taken, and any stops on the way. 
  • Your insurer might not want to pay out on a policy when an item gets stolen because you can't prove a theft occurred. GPS trackers from LAS can provide insurance companies with necessary evidence by establishing that an asset moved from its original location. That can speed up an insurance claim and result in a payout. 
  • You can attach a GPS tracker to shipments and track their location. That helps you determine how long a shipment takes to get to a customer and the route it takes. If a customer doesn't receive an order, you can prove you shipped it on time and preserve your company's reputation. 

Best LAS GPS Trackers for 2023

2023 will be the 29th year that LAS has supplied GPS units to law enforcement, border control, government agencies, the military, and other sectors. LandAirSea has pioneered GPS tracking technology and manufactures a wide range of products that improve safety and peace of mind.

Here are the company's best GPS trackers for 2023:

LandAirSea 54 With ShareSpot

The LandAirSea 54 With ShareSpot is a waterproof and dustproof GPS tracker that you can attach to a vehicle or other asset with its provided cables and strong magnets. The product has a six-month battery and lets you share the location of items with other people using ShareSpot technology. Other features include speed alerts and battery alerts.

LandAirSea Sync

The LandAirSea Sync plugs into the OBD II port in a business vehicle, meaning you don't need to buy or charge any batteries. This GPS tracker keeps expensive commercial cars safe and helps you monitor employee performance. If you own a fleet management company, you can purchase several of these products and improve how you run your business. Other features include speed alerts, geofence alerts, and arrival and departure notifications. 

LandAirSea Overdrive

The LandAirSea Overdrive connects to a vehicle or asset with industrial-strength magnets. It has a battery that lasts 3–4 times longer than LandAirSea Sync With ShareSpot and a dark mode that makes it difficult for criminals to find. Use this GPS tracker to improve business performance, monitor employees, and protect valuables. Other features include battery alerts and geofence alerts. 

Not sure what products to choose in 2023? Contact a member of the LAS team for more information about how GPS trackers will benefit your business. 

Other benefits of choosing LAS in 2023 include the following:

World-Class Customer Service

Contact a member of the LAS team anytime you need to troubleshoot an issue. You can also access online resources such as FAQ pages and tutorials. 

Simple Pricing

LAS uses a simple pay-as-you-go pricing structure with no contracts or hidden costs, providing more flexibility. 

No Activation Fees

It won't cost you anything to activate your new GPS device. 

Affordable Products

LAS's products cost up to 80% less than other GPS trackers on the market. 

Money-Back Guarantee

Not satisfied with your GPS tracker? You get a 30-day money-back guarantee with every purchase. 

Simple Installation

Setting up your GPS device has never been easier! You can activate it online and start tracking real-time location insights. 

The Final Word on a Secure 2023

If you are worried about crime in 2023, investing in LAS's GPS tracking units provides your business with a solution. The company has pioneered GPS technology since 1994 and is excited about the opportunities the next 12 months will bring! With LAS, you can make 2023 the most secure year it can be!

Email ian.conley@landairsea.com to learn more about GPS surveillance products for 2023.

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