With the arrival of the Republican National Convention with over 50,000 individuals in Tampa, Florida, the weather and Tropical Storm Isaac is being highlighted more than the political landscape.
Oklahoma-based US Fleet Tracking offers live GPS tracking for a variety of purposes associated with Republican National Convention. While preparing for the convergence of 4,400 delegates and alternate delegates in the Florida coastal city, one feature is being focused upon. US Fleet Tracking, forming a part of live GPS tracking platform, uses radar and cloud coverage weather pattern movements to provide a weather overlay feature that denotes the present weather conditions.
Live GPS tracking systems from US Fleet Tracking have been deployed in SP Plus Gameday's tracking of security, ground transport and vehicle location all through the four-day Republican National Convention. US Fleet Tracking's devices enable logistics personnel to monitor the developments across the tropical storm and weather situation for detecting the impending weather.
As Isaac shelters in the Central Atlantic, the tropical storm has been forecasted to go west over the mountains of the Dominican Republic and also Cuba. The storm, which could become weak, will reach the open water, advancing toward Florida. On the other hand, Isaac may reach hurricane strength. Media releases state that organizers of the convection have informed that the Secret Service and Emergency Management planners will monitor and respond to threats of inclement weather.
Gameday's logistics expertise combined with US Fleet Tracking's GPS tracking platform provides live weather radar overlay, making it easy to shift over 50,000 people from the convention to safe locations.