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The general notion of tracking subjects has resulted in the advent of Global Positioning System (GPS) as a major breakthrough that the world had witnessed. Though the technology has been adopted a lot earlier in the developed countries, India is fast catching up the trend. GPS has surfaced as a ubiquitous concept that looks at bringing the entire world into close proximity by connecting far-off subjects.
The report begins with the introduction of concept of GPS along with a brief description of the types of tracking. It then goes on to describe the basic framework of the functioning of GPS through its work model. The different components that get synergized to form the GPS ecosystem are described in the following section. It is followed by market overview which can be segregated into the global and the Indian scenario respectively. The global market overview is elaborated with a general introduction as well as a market size by shipment and values. The global market is slated to increase at the rate of 25-30% and a prediction is stated till 2016. An overview of the Indian GPS market comes next wherein along with the understanding of the sector, the market size as well as a market structure is also presented. This is immediately followed by the differentiation of the GPS market into two primary heads. The focus then shifts towards the Geographic Information System (GIS) wherein a take on the concept of GIS along with the Indian market overview is rendered. The GIS market overview comes with the market size figures and the segments where it operates. The following sections speak about the product categories and the benefits associated with GPS in the country. The report then progresses towards implementation of GPS as a mobile phone technology and also deliberates on the modified version of technology that aims at ameliorating the usage for consumers. The discussion then moves towards GPS being implemented in Small and Medium Businesses (SMBs).