GPS Tracking

Post Updated on 06-04-2020, by Private Investigator in Greece SOTIROPOULOS & Associates

The use of a GPS tracking system is conducted only for legitimate purposes and the use of this service for illegal purposes is not allowed (according to the law 3206/2003 set out in the Government Gazette 298/A/23.12.2003).

Recently, the Personal Data Protection Authority, under terms and conditions, granted permission by decision no.112/2012, to use location-based devices under subscription, in order to assist vulnerable groups in the population and minors. These services allow the “subscriber” to know the location of the person wearing this device, which is small in the shape of a box or clock and includes a GSM circuit, a geographic positioning system (GPS) and a panic button.

However, it should be noted that if the carrier of the location-based device and the subscriber are different persons, “then the carrier should have given prior notice and consent to the processing of his/her personal data. For sensitive personal data there should be a written consent of the carrier. In cases where the carrier is an adult lacking legal capacity, the consent to the processing of personal data is granted in writing by the judicial assistant. In cases where the carrier is a minor, then the consent is granted by the guardians of the minor”.

The GPS is the most modern and widespread means of locating any point on the map with absolute precision. By using a GPS we are able to locate at any time any person or vehicle of interest. The detection is done in real time and is totally reliable.

Our office is equipped with the most advanced GPS devices that enable us to locate track the device via computer in real time.

Our offices also provide you with devices to rent, thus satisfying your every need.