What is location tracking?
GeoSpark offers mobile device location tracking. It is a process of identifying the location of a mobile phone whether stationary or moving. Our solution includes collecting latitude and longitude coordinates from GPS satellites through the GPS chip present in the smartphones with iOS or Android operating systems. Along with the
What are location tracking modes?
We offer 4 modes of location tracking - three default and one fully customisable. They differ based on the two factors: frequency of location updates and battery consumption. The higher the frequency, the higher is the battery consumption. Based on the use case, different location tracking modes are advised. The
Can I track the location of a mobile device that is offline?
With our location tracking solution you can get access to the consistent location data of your users, even if they are offline or travelling through a remote location. The location data gets updated to the server as soon as the user is back online.
What is location spoofing? How can I prevent it?
Location spoofing is an interface (GPX file or a mobile app) that allows users to fake their mobile device location. It could be compared to a VPN, that hides users IP address and encrypts the data users send or receive. Our location tracking prevents location spoofing, making sure you always
What data points do you collect?
We collect the below data points. Altogether they constitute a location update that is 692 Bytes heavy. Data Explanation Example Required by default Latitude Geographic coordinate north-south 12.9994659423828 Longitude Geographic coordinate west-east 77.67440978 Course Direction heading in relation to north 79.4345372194527 Speed Speed in kilometers per hour