A-GPS stands for Assisted Global Positioning System, which combines the use of both satellite triangulation and cellular towers to track physical objects over large areas. This advanced technology usually applies to GPS enabled electronic devices. A-GPS Developers are responsible for the designing, developing and maintaining of the codes that power A-GPS enabled devices to track their location with precision. By having a reliable A-GPS Developer to back up their project, clients can be sure that their tracking device will be accurately located as precisely as possible.
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- Updating firmware on GPS trackers using IAR STM32 GSM GPRS
- Developing mobile applications for iOS and Android platforms connected with GPS drivers
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