Car Dealership’s GPS Tracking System Saves Philadelphia Kidnap Victim
GPS World magazine
A GPS tracking device helped Philadelphia police rescue a woman who was kidnapped Sunday evening and to apprehend the suspect who abducted her.
There are many companies now lending money to people who might otherwise not get a loan, but need a car to get work. The systems monitor their movements to make sure they are going to work and monitoring their activities, ostensibly to ensure they can pay back their loan.
The smart companies do not want their clients to default on their loans and the customers understand the implications of their new vehicle being tracked, well at least some of them do. Some obviously are just too dimwitted to realise that their car is now the equivalent of a GPS ankle bracelet.
I won’t go into any detail about other things that can be detected using business analytics using this technology. Let’s just say that if you have hit hard times, are an honest and hardworking individual, you have nothing to loose.