It’s not uncommon for sports teams to install GPS tracking devices in their vehicles, but it’s becoming increasingly common for them to also incorporate satellite tracking devices.
According to new research from the University of California at Santa Barbara, a whopping 68 percent of all professional sports teams surveyed reported using GPS tracking on a daily basis.
That means that teams are not only using GPS devices to track player movements but are also using satellite tracking to track their opponents.
While this is obviously a huge increase in usage for some teams, it’s not the whole picture.
Teams that have satellite tracking can be quite competitive and are likely to outspend teams that do not, according to the study.
While a team with GPS tracking might be a good option for a couple of games in the season, teams that have not had satellite tracking will often outspending the team that does.
The study looked at teams that are active and in the playoffs, with the playoffs having the highest usage, and then analyzed the teams that were inactive during the season.
Teams were then compared to their counterparts from the same league.
The data revealed that satellite tracking was the most popular tracking method for teams that had satellite devices installed, followed by GPS tracking.
The research also revealed that when teams used GPS tracking during the year, it was more effective than GPS tracking in tracking teams that did not have GPS devices installed.
The most popular type of tracking devices used for GPS devices were: the ArcGIS Global Positioning System (GPS) satellite tracking device, a small-scale GPS tracking device with a GPS antenna, a satellite tracking receiver, and an integrated GPS tracking unit.
These devices all have an estimated cost of about $10,000, according the study, and have an average lifespan of about 10 years.
The average cost of satellite tracking is $25,000 per device, and the average lifespan is about 14 years.
What makes GPS tracking a good solution for the NBA is that it’s inexpensive to use and it doesn’t require teams to be located in specific geographic locations.
That is, it doesn