But first, what is a ‘geofence’?
Geofence is one of many GPS tracking features seeming highly technical but basically refers to a virtual marker on a map. This virtual marker or ‘fence’ is simply any shape you form to cover a certain location or region on a map. Lorem ipsum dolor sit amet, consectetur adipiscing elit. Donec urna eros, tempus sit amet facilisis a, sagittis ac ante. Pellentesque at lobortis ligula. In justo mi, sagittis tempus nulla id, tempor tincidunt felis. Nunc blandit erat porttitor ex imperdiet varius. Nulla quis auctor risus. Aenean ut est sit amet augue eleifend sagittis. Class aptent taciti sociosqu ad litora torquent per conubia nostra, per inceptos himenaeos. Cras id eros tincidunt, molestie turpis et, dignissim nisl. Nulla tincidunt tellus vitae sem finibus, ut ultricies sapien sodales. Duis tellus massa, vehicula sed dolor sit amet, ullamcorper finibus ante. Nunc libero neque, sollicitudin et sagittis ullamcorper, vestibulum at sem. Ut id vestibulum mauris, quis varius elit. Orci varius natoque penatibus et magnis dis parturient montes, nascetur ridiculus mus. Ut vehicula, sem pulvinar viverra viverra, arcu sem sagittis leo, at fermentum magna sem at felis. Ut dapibus tincidunt convallis. Praesent at eros congue, lobortis urna at, dictum ex. Praesent urna dolor, hendrerit ut eros quis, placerat laoreet risus. Suspendisse a sapien elit. Nam a libero nec ligula hendrerit ultrices eget ut ex. Mauris hendrerit turpis nec ante malesuada, vel tincidunt mauris tincidunt. Suspendisse potenti. Nunc libero urna, iaculis eu venenatis in, ornare non leo. Mauris auctor consequat massa, eu fringilla ex bibendum vel. Fusce iaculis luctus scelerisque.

When applied, policies in geofences create programmatic events called geotriggers. Know how this system works, click here.

And find out about more types of geofence in the next blog.

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