SOURCE: Rocky Mountain Tracking
FORT COLLINS, CO--(Marketwired - Jun 25, 2013) - Rocky Mountain Tracking, Inc., a nation-wide leading provider of location-based tracking for applications including vehicles, people and assets, is proud to announce the launch of an improved Web site aimed at individuals and businesses looking for additional GPS information.
RMT, founded in 2003 and located in Fort Collins, Colorado, is the number one leading GPS news source for industry professionals. Seven years after the first blog was published, RMT is improving and re-launching their already overly-informative Web site.
Since 2006, RMT has published over 3,302 relevant articles, discussing anything from airline tracking to pet and animal tracking to teen tracking. They've also published articles informing users about social media technology, sports, smart phones, crime prevention and agriculture.
"There are so many ways GPS technology is being used that the topic never gets boring," said Marisa O'Connor, RMT blog editor-in-chief. "I hope to educate readers about the value of technology. Recently, we wrote about researchers using GPS tracking to detect underground nuclear weapons testing. There are so many uses that I still get surprised sometimes."
The new site has now been cataloged into 14 different categories, giving users the ability to easily and quickly search for information. 14 writers contribute to the blog, which is updated twice per day. The daily GPS news is meant to be interesting, relevant and newsworthy.
Since it was established, the site has had over seven million views, constantly gaining credibility with the GPS industry. "As pioneers, it's our goal to educate the public about the evolving GPS technology available to both businesses and individuals," said Brad Borst, RMT owner and president.
Information-seekers can visit the blog at http://www.rmtracking.com/blog/. They can also read short biographies about the different writers contributing to the blog. RMT uses a large staff of writers to cover a variety of topics and create a constantly refreshing hub of information.