What's the difference between GPS Location Tracking & Last-Scan Location Tracking?

GPS tracking is a specific type of location tracking that uses the Global Positioning System (GPS) to determine the location of a person or object. GPS tracking devices use signals from GPS satellites to calculate their latitude, longitude, and altitude. This information can then be transmitted to a computer or smartphone app, where it can be viewed on a map.

Location tracking is a broader term that encompasses any method of determining the location of a person or object. This can include GPS tracking, as well as other methods such as cell phone tower triangulation, Wi-Fi sniffing, and Bluetooth tracking.