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AwareGPS Trackers & GPS System, Tracking Device Car GPS, Wired Vehicle Tracking Device AWVDS1

AwareGPS Trackers & GPS System, Tracking Device Car GPS, Wired Vehicle Tracking Device AWVDS1
  • Get nationwide 3G tracking updated every minute for only .99/month with no contracts or cancellation fees.
  • Track vehicles in real time, replay daily routes, get unlimited alerts for unsafe driving and track vehicle maintenance.
  • Start tracking in minutes. Simply install by connecting 3 wires under the dash of any car or truck.
  • Prevent theft, reduce fuel usage, rate and rank drivers, monitor off-hours usage and more.
  • Manage expenses with intuitive reports that make tracking mileage, reviewing daily route history, and managing fuel expenses reliable and easy.
At AwareGPS, we focus on making the features you need easy to use. With 3G GPS vehicle tracking, and a sophisticated level of reporting, you can monitor your vehicles and improve driving behaviors that impact safety, efficiency, and costs. GPS trackers also help protect your vehicle from theft. With customized alerts, you can be notified whenever your vehicle moves during unauthorized hours or leaves a designated location. Custom dashboards and reports help you manage your business easily by tracking mileage, confirming arrival at and duration of visits to customers, and monitoring fuel expenses. With Aware GPS you will never pay for features you don’t need. Get nationwide 3G tracking coverage updated every minute for only .99/month with no contracts or cancellation fees. And our free mobile app helps you keep track of things when you’re on the go.

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Whistle GPS Pet Tracker

Whistle GPS Pet Tracker
  • Find lost pets quickly -  Whistle GPS notifies you if your pet ever roams from their Whistle zone, a customizable safe area you designate for your home or office, and allows you to track their location directly from your smartphone.
  • Nationwide coverage - Whistle uses cellular and GPS technology to track your dog's location anywhere you get cell service in the U.S.
  • On-demand alerts - receive notifications via app and text alerts when your pet gets out
  • Keep them healthy - Track your dog's activity and rest for key insights about their behavior and health.
  • Durable + Waterproof - designed to go anywhere with your pet.
  • Whistle GPS is recommended for pets 15 lbs and above
  • Whistle GPS Pet Tracker attaches to any collar or harness up to 2'' wide.
  • Whistle GPS Pet Tracker requires a service plan for cellular connection, as low as .95/mo to be selected at activation
Whistle GPS Pet Tracker attaches to your dog’s existing collar allowing you to locate your pet in real-time if they ever get lost, and monitors activity and behavior so you always know they are happy and healthy. Receive an alert if your pet ever leaves its designated Whistle zone, and use the all-in-one mobile app to check your pet’s location or track their activity from wherever you are.

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  1. 4.0 out of 5 stars
    KeepS Track of Your Car and Driving Habits, July 3, 2016
    By 
    Dave Greenbaum (Lawrence, KS) –
    (VINE VOICE)
      

    Vine Customer Review of Free Product (What’s this?)
    If you’ve wanted to know how family members are driving your car, this product is for you! It’s also great for small business owners tracking employees.

    Insurance companies have been using these devices for years. It plugs into the ODB port in your car. That’s usually by the steering wheel and is part of any car made since 1996. If you have a car made before then..well kudos for keeping it around so long!

    It uses an on-board cellular signal to report back diagnostics on the car. To receive that info, you need to be a $19.99 monthly subscription fee. The description is confusing. Without paying that fee you get absolutely no features. It doesn’t use Bluetooth or have a Bluetooth backup like Automatic or other devices. If the manufacturer raises the price on the monitoring, you’re stuck.

    Once you install it, the device tracks the car’s location so long as it has mobile signal. It tracks the car and usage, not the drive. I like that because if the kids borrow the car, you’ll know if they are driving too fast. For business owners, it checks the idle time and number of stops. That lets you know if they are wasting gas or running personal errands. It even includes geofencing, so you get alerts when it goes near a particular location. You can view the data from the app or the web

    The maintenance features are just a way of manually tracking things like oil changes. It doesn’t read information from the ODB port as far as I could tell. This device is just about tracking.

    Overall I liked the product. I did not have good experiences with support. It took days to get a response and they were confusing. Fortunately, the product is easy to use, so my support issues were only related to the review.

    A slick idea the fulfills a need.

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  2. 2 of 3 people found the following review helpful
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    This looks like it’s going to be fun – and useful, June 24, 2016
    By 
    Jerry Saperstein (Evanston, IL USA) –
    (HALL OF FAME REVIEWER)
      
    (VINE VOICE)
      
    (TOP 1000 REVIEWER)
      

    Vine Customer Review of Free Product (What’s this?)
    Because this device is versatile and dependent on my driving, I’m going to do this review in stages.

    Stage One is installation and setup – which took me just about as long as typing the first part of this sentence.

    I recommend getting setup online first. You can use a web browser or download apps for iOS and Android. I accessed it on the web using Chrome and with the Android app.

    There’s nothing to it. Just remember there is a $19.95 a month fee for accessing the system.

    The device and reporting system are clearly intended for fleet usage or high activity vehicles. The dashboard provides a variety of settings including permissible use hours, speeding alerts, driving report card and more. You can get several kinds of alerts including maintenance due notices. The entire user interface is very clean and very easy to use.

    Google maps with an enhanced user interface is always available. You can view trip history, locate the vehicle (which can be extremely useful for trouble on the road at night when you haven’t been keeping track of mileposts). Fleet managers can replay the route history – as can parents monitoring and coaching their younger drivers.

    For a fleet manager, the $19.95 a month charge per vehicle could be very well worth it. For individuals, it is a judgment call, though if I had a new driver in the house, I’d gladly pay it for a year or so until I was sure of their driving habits.

    Installation? If you know where your OBD port is, it takes seconds.

    I’ll add when I get some miles logged with the unit.

    Jerry

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  3. 4.0 out of 5 stars
    Big Brother is Watching, July 3, 2016
    By 
    PT Dilloway (Michigan) –
    (VINE VOICE)
      

    Vine Customer Review of Free Product (What’s this?)
    This device is similar to the “Snapshot” device I had on my car from Progressive insurance, in that you plug into the slot under the steering wheel and it tracks your driving habits. It can also track your car via GPS, which could be nice to know if your car is stolen, though any car thief worth his salt would probably toss the tracking device right away.

    Mostly this is good if you have a bunch of vehicles. Say if you run a limo service or taxi service or something along those lines where you have multiple cars and you want to keep tabs on where your drivers are and how they’re driving. After all, you don’t want your drivers speeding along at 100mph in a 25mph zone. So with this plugged in and checking online or with the app, you can see where the vehicle has been going and how many times it has been speeding or braking suddenly. Though like with the Snapchat it can’t monitor the context for braking incidents to know whether a squirrel ran out in your path or some jerk cut you off or if you just weren’t paying attention because you were on your phone or eating a sandwich or something.

    Anyway, there is apparently a $20/month fee to use the monitoring, which for an individual like myself is not worth it. If you have a teenager who borrows your car and you want to keep tabs on him/her it might be more worth that. Otherwise it’s a better value for business use than individual use.

    That is all.

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  4. The manufacturer commented on the review belowSee comments
    332 of 355 people found the following review helpful
    1.0 out of 5 stars
    an honest review from a former TAGG user, October 18, 2015
    By 
    Wesley Ishee (charlotte, north carolina United States) –
    (REAL NAME)
      

    This review is from: Whistle GPS Pet Tracker (Misc.)
    like some of the other reviews, I am a former TAGG user. I was very happy with the tag unit and phone app for about 6 months. The device and phone unit allowed me to track my dog when he was outside of the house with pretty good accuracy and that was worth $100 + $10 /month. Now, however, it is garbage. Mostly the new WHISTLE app is crowded with stuff surrounding my pets activity, which is worthless to me. I have lab puppy. There is no danger of him not being active. The app is also bloated with a bunch of stupid social media s***. I’m sure that nobody wants to know what my dog’s level of activity is. I don’t even care. You cant turn this stuff off, as far as I can tell.

    The WORST part, however, is that the main utility for which I bought and continue to pay for no longer works at all. It no longer gives ma a location of my dog that is anywhere close to where he is. I test it when I am walking him and its off by as much as a half mile. To me, this is even worse than having no tracker at all, because in a lost dog situation, it would send me away from where he actually might be. I have contacted customer support (35 minute wait) and they send me instructions to reboot the device and base station, which didn’t work. I am done with this product now. I assume that another company will soon come in and fill the void left by TAGG. Thanks for wasting my money and time WHISTLE.

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    The manufacturer commented on this review(What’s this?)
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    Nov 4, 2015 9:59:08 AM PST

    Hi Wesley,
    Katie here from Whistle. I’m really sorry to hear about your frustrations with your Tagg device, which now operates on the Whistle app and platform. When we first launched Whistle GPS Pet Tracker in the beginning of October, there were bugs we quickly learned about within the app (not the trackers themselves). Because we also migrated all Tagg customers onto our platform at this time, this most likely impacted your experience overall. We’re sorry about that.

    I would love to learn if your still experiencing issues with your tracker. We rolled out updated iOS and Android apps last week, which has helped improve the experience and fix issues customers were experiencing in the first few weeks after the rollout. We are also working on rolling out notification preferences this month, which should allow you to prioritize the notifications that are most important to you.

    We would still like the chance to keep your pet safe and provide you with a much better experience, so please let us know if you’re still having issues. Please feel free to email us at community@whistle.com to let us know how your experience is today and to let us know if there is anything we can do to make it better. Thank you!

     
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  7. The manufacturer commented on the review belowSee comments
    116 of 123 people found the following review helpful
    1.0 out of 5 stars
    Used to be better, October 14, 2015
    By 

    This review is from: Whistle GPS Pet Tracker (Misc.)
    When it was the Tagg app I got email and text alerts when my pet left the home area. I was a happy customer until whistle and this tracker came out. It promised faster response times to the pet leaving home area, it still takes at least 10 minutes before it will register my pet as being gone, and there is no way to tell the app that my pet is gone. It won’t allow you to track your pet until it registers as gone.
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  8. stem
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    Nov 4, 2015 11:22:01 AM PST

    Hi Ryan,

    I’m really sorry to hear about your recent frustrations with Whistle. From what it sounds like, you are still using a Tagg device which shouldn’t be impacting your experience from before. When we first launched Whistle GPS Pet Tracker about a month ago, there were a few bugs in the app (not the trackers themselves) that we learned about from our customers, which may have impacted your experience and I do apologize for that.

    As you probably know, we released an updated iOS and Android app last week which has helped improve issues around alerts. With that said, I would like to know if your still experiencing issues or if it has improved since you first reviewed. Please email me at community@whistle.com to let us know how your experience is today and if there is anything else we can do to make it better. Thanks Ryan.

     
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  10. 260 of 284 people found the following review helpful
    1.0 out of 5 stars
    STATISTICAL TESTING PROVES ACTIVITY MONITOR AND GPS ZONE BREACH NOTIFICATIONS ARE JOKES!, October 12, 2015
    By 
    Paul

    This review is from: Whistle GPS Pet Tracker (Misc.)

    Once upon a time, like a week ago, I had a great combined GPS tracking system and activity monitor for my two Siberian Huskies. I received text and email alerts when they left our acre yard. When we were out of town, I could easily add our dog-sitter to the notifications. The GPS was reliable and consistent with notifications for both dogs within a minute of one another. The activity monitor was great. The TAGG point system gave a great overall score that consistently reported the obvious observable difference between the two dog’s baseline activity levels. The activity graphics were well designed and easy with color coding for low, moderate and high activity times. In my 4 years with the TAGG system, I WAS EXTRAORDINARILY HAPPY with the product!

    When Whistle bought our TAGG, I was optimistic that there would be improvements on to the activity reporting since that had been the Whistle specialty versus GPS tracking for TAGG. Maybe, some more innovative ways to review and compare the granular data such as tracking the different activity levels in the TAGG point score over time.

    Today, less than a week after the big software “improvement” rollout, I have a GPS tracking system and a completely worthless activity monitor that Whistle keeps claiming is the greatest and best. Let me explain how worthless the activity monitor really is. I have two purebred registered Siberian Huskies age 5 and 3.5. As purebreds they have the same gait and head movement patterns. Since the new Whistle software rollout, I tethered them together with a 13” mushing neckline spacer and meticulously tracked the reported Whistle activity variances. Given the breed characteristics and tethering, both dogs should record statistically identical activity. Over 5 different days with 8 separate walks ranging from 2.5 miles to 3 miles, I timed and measured the walks with my personal fitness tracker and compared the results reported by Whistle for each dog. We walked 26.2 miles over 386 actual minutes under an average pace of 4.07 miles per hour (a very fast walk, just under a jogging pace).

    Whistle reported an average variance between my two dogs (the younger dog, Kiefer as a percent of the activity minutes for the older dog, Penny) of 88.76%. The range was 66.18% to 123.5% with the closest walk being 91.04% variance. Remember same breed, walking no more than 13” apart, BIG difference in Whistle recording.

    Of the 386 actual minutes on these 8 walks, Whistle managed to only report 249 minutes (64.51%) of for Penny and 221 minutes (57.25%) for Kiefer. Please remember these are true power walks at an average pace of over 4 mile per hour. These are well-trained Siberian Huskies that proudly consider walking as their “job.” They heel, never putting a paw beyond my stride and with their noses never behind my waist. There is no leash wander. No stopping to smell or rest. We just maintain a constant quick pace. This is the perfect walking style to test the activity monitor performance and reveal how truly inconsistent and inadequate it really is.

    We have a full acre hillside lot. The entire lot is contained by an invisible fence. Whenever I call the Huskies (probably 5 or six times a day) they come running full speed (at least 50 yards from the front yard to 100+ yards from the back wooded hillside). None of these sprints show up on the Whistle activity goal minutes. During the day our Huskies are outside in the acre yard at least 8 hours per day. They explore, chase squirrels, chipmunks, rabbits and deer. They dig holes. They wrestle. They frequently run back and forth from the back woods to watch garbage trucks, lawn care crews and other dogs walking by on the sidewalk. Only a few of these frequent activity bursts show up in the activity goals calculation.

    My dogs have been engaged in vigorous walking for over 77 minutes per day. Their average recorded Whisper activity during these walks is only 47 minutes. Whisper claims that “similar” dogs average 62 minutes. I am curious to know what is “similar”? Under the Whisper formula I would have to walk my dogs at my current 4 mile per hour pace for 102 minutes per day to be just “average.” There is no possible way that any average dog in the Whistle system is being run almost 7 miles per day.

    It appears from my analysis of the data that the calculated activity must meet the following criteria: (1) Movement at more than 4 miles per hour: and (2) Lasting for at least 4 continuous minutes. This is ridiculous! The activity monitoring is a joke. TAGG had the GPS / activity monitor combination nailed. Whistle completely blew it! My Huskies and I are very sad to see a good product go down to the easy venture capital money dished out to Whistle.

    It has been a week since I wrote this activity tracking part of this review. Not only has the activity…

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