The GPS system is based on satellite technology. The integrated module targets the object using a satellite. The GPS module in the LAMAX device connects to several satellites at once, sometimes more than ten, so as to best determine its position.

GPS has an accuracy of 5-30 m.

Before being fully-functional, a GPS device must first find its approximate location in order to know which satellites to search for. Unassisted GPS therefore takes an average of 1-3 minutes (maximum 12.5 minutes) to first determine its position using satellites. In this case, our integrated AGPS positioning will prove invaluable.