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Real-Time Location Tracking

Know where assets are at all times

Get a real-time view of people, vehicles, and sensor feeds

A digital map tracks the time and location of ships and logistics vehicles

Keep track of what happens

With so many people and things in motion, business and government leaders don't have time to manually track each movement. With location intelligence, they can create live maps and apps for monitoring. By seeing what's happening now and analyzing what has already happened, decision-makers can identify opportunities for growth, safety, and efficiency. 

See movement patterns others can't

Monitor operations, resources, and assets—from field crews to vehicle fleets—using live maps, apps, and dashboards.

  • Analyze and display real-time data from sensors, devices, and social media feeds.
  • Put live tracking data in context of road or utility networks, hazards, weather, and demographics.
  • Send commands to sensors when patterns of interest are detected.
  • Get real-time alerts and visualization on maps and dashboards.
  • Integrate location history data with infrastructure data to discover trends and outliers.
3D digital map of a city shows where logistics vehicles and containers are located in real time

Capabilities

Track assets and visualize, analyze, and understand huge volumes of data in real time with location intelligence technology from the Esri Geospatial Cloud.

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Learn more about real-time location tracking

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