GeofencingGeofencing is a feature in a software program that uses the global positioning system (GPS) or radio frequency identification (RFID) to define geographical boundaries.
Geofencing is a technology that defines a virtual boundary around a real-world geographical area. In doing so, a radius of interest is established that can trigger an action in a geo-enabled phone or other portable electronic device.
Geo-fencing has many uses:
1. Used with child location services, can notify parents if a child leaves a designated area.
2. Used with locationized firearms can allow those firearms to fire only in locations where their firing is permitted,           thereby making them useless for crimes like robberies, drive-by shooting, assassinations, and massacres
3. Used by the Human Resource department to monitor employees working in special locations
4. Sending an alert if a vehicle is stolen and notifying rangers when wildfire stray into farmland.
5. Fleet management - When a truck driver breaks from his route, the dispatcher receives an alert.
6. Compliance management - Network logs record geo-fence crossings to document the proper use of devices            and their compliance with established rules.
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