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If you need to know where someone is right now (or where they will be at any particular time) and if you do not have access to the person's phone then the cell phone tracking services listed below may be of interest to you.
Basically, it involves measuring the difference in distance to two or more cell towers at known locations that broadcast signals at known times.Please first contact the police and emergency services before contacting us.Get After Hours SOS Tracking In most cases it is possible to obtain information about a phone's last reporting location (to within the radius of a few hundred metres at best) if the phone is not turned on or has not been reachable for up to 72 hours.Please note that this service is not available in all countries due to local laws and regulations.Please also note that this service is not available for all purposes.After Hours SOS tracking is not an emergency response service and as tracking availability can not be assured at all times, this service should only be used as a last resort when all else has failed.
If you need to determine where a person is most likely residing or working then this type of tracking is ideal. Tracking is performed twice, on two separate occasions - anything from 30 minutes to 1 week apart.
Cell phone tracking is a broad term that describes numerous methods of establishing the current geographic location and/or monitoring the movement and heading of a cell phone or mobile device.
GSM cell tracking refers to a form of network-based cell phone tracking that is often (incorrectly) referred to as triangulation or in the investigation industry as cell tower tracking, plotting or pinging.
The method is known as U-TDOA (Uplink Time Difference of Arrival).
Two other common multilateration methods used are AOA (Angle of Arrival) and (E-OTD) Enhanced Observed Time Difference.
This is done to verify that the address obtained on the first occasion is correct.