EOSpy – The Future of IoT (Internet of Things)
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ATLANTA, GA – May 21, 2016 – Executive Order Corporation releases the EOSpy GPS tracking automation and remote monitoring system, a complete package for business or office using the EOSpy advanced IoT technology. Its wireless GPS tracking allows you to monitor your office, systems, personal property and fleet from anywhere in the world. Receive remote information from any number of events like when an employee arrives on-site to where a vehicle or piece of equipment is located.
EOSpy is a free Android app and works stand-alone or with many different GPS tracker manufacturers. EOSpy supports more than 90 GPS protocols and working with more than 800 different GPS tracker models. The EOSpy GPS tracking automation and remote monitoring system tie all location and environment monitoring information together on one live GPS map.
In addition to GPS tracking devices for tracking your fleet vehicles, belongings, merchandise, employees or valuables, the EOSpy application also allows for remote monitoring of ambient light intensity, temperature, humidity, and other device information. You can be notified when there is motion, your front door opens, garage door, back door, gate, or window(s). You can also be notified by someone pressing a panic button on the remote GPS tracker.
“Internet of Things” is a set of technology that will gradually and sometimes almost imperceptibly begin to affect us in the coming years. Any specific device or application might be small, but the combination of sensor and devices will create significant long-term changes that can both make our lives easier and more informed.
Steven Woodward, president of Executive Order, explains, “IoT is here.” If you recently purchased a newer car, you’re already using IoT and probably didn’t realize it. The onboard GPS in your car is already using IoT sensors for traffic avoidance on your trip. Your GPS with traffic services lets you know about delays on your route and suggests or automatically takes alternate routes to guide you around the trouble spots. Your GPS is receiving information from traffic sensors via the internet. This IoT data comes from cellular phone owners, electronic incident reports, radio feeds of live information, and fixed traffic sensors on major roads giving extremely accurate traffic reports. Mr. Woodward goes on to say, the Internet of Things also promises to create entirely new categories of machines, ultimately simplifying our lives and making us more informed. He tells people with IoT it’s not you interacting with the machine, it’s the machine interacting with you.
About Executive Order Corp
Executive Order provides custom software built by software professionals. We specialize in IoT, desktop and web-enabled IT solutions for small and large business enterprises. Our professional offerings span business and technology consulting, business application development, mobile messaging solutions, custom web design, E-commerce development, web maintenance, website re-engineering, website optimization for search engine submission, internet marketing hosting solutions for enterprises, GPS, IoT, and remote sensing services and development program planning and BPM management.