Where is Geofencing Used?
• Assets: Geofencing technology can be installed on assets (vehicles, tractors, computers, etc.) to track when they move beyond geofenced locations.
• Human Resources: It allows accurate monitoring of employees' duration of stay and commuting status. For field workers, it enables more efficient management of access control areas.
• Retail Stores: Promotional messages can be sent to tourists passing by stores to encourage visits.
• Home IoT: When smartphone users leave a geofenced home, temperature control devices can be adjusted accordingly.
• Military: Geofencing technology based on location information technologies like GPS provides services to restrict dangerous objects or flights from approaching airports and military zones.
• Airports: Messages regarding facilities in the vicinity can be received. Free Wi-Fi services and airport guide services near airports can also be provided.