Deadline for the application for funding is not forgotten: 15.05.09 Hamburg/Goslar. Occasionally, in the media still the benefits of GSM cell location are beautifully written. Although GPS is already standard of professionally developed telematics technologies and are favored by professionals, replies the GSM camp, which somehow still wants to bring their products to the consumer, with partly quite adventurous-like arguments. This is all the more dangerous because safety and protection systems, which are offered in the areas of object and person location and still on GSM cell location based, could have dramatic consequences in practice. The Bornemann AG, the location specialist, has faced three significant assertions and facts for these reasons. The Bornemann AG, leading telematics agencies in German-speaking countries, acts as a reliable distributor for renowned manufacturers for years. With this business field and the expertise gained, the Bornemann AG within the telematics industry gained as well as Consumers a good name.
Expertise, product quality and service are entitled to claim in the performance profile of the company, inside and out. This year, the company with InFLEET brought out its own product brands monitor and iDobber and placed them on the market. \”InFLEET monitor\” as well as the iDobber are stable, future-oriented, safer and cost-effective telematics systems. The InFLEET monitor used GPS location exceeds the conventional cell location many times. While the GSM cell location promises only an accuracy of 200 to 6000 metres, impresses the location via GPS with an accuracy of only 5-10 meters.
This fact is important, because a route error in the disposition, a modified traffic or orders only with this accuracy can be corrected immediately. For the acquisition of telematics systems, promotion may be requested from the BAG. There is, as deadline for submission is the 15th of may of 2009 Pro GPS / contra GSM assertion: GSM cell location is even possible, if the object to be secured / the person to back up was in a building.