The accuracy of live tracking depends on the environment and the number of satellites used. The longer the tracking is active, the more satellites are used for the position.
Our tracker currently uses GPS (Global Positioning System) and GNSS (Global Navigation Satellite System), which stands for the simultaneous use of different position systems.
Because the four major satellite positioning systems all send the same type of signal, compatible modules can use any supported GNSS system. If, for example, good GPS reception is currently not possible, the system can switch to Glonass or Galileo. Or use the satellites of different systems at the same time. This theoretically allows an accuracy of up to 5 meters.
Further details on the various GPS systems can be found here: