The positioning device installed in the vehicle has a GPS chip that calculates its location and sends it to a server via a data transmission network to show the owner the exact location of his transportation. During the robbery, gps jammer opportunities block GPS and cellular signals transmitting data.
In this way, not only the precise position of the vehicle disappears, but also the monitoring from the platform is impossible due to the disconnection from the car. If both signals are blocked, criminals can tow the vehicle anywhere, hide it and quietly carry heavy loads.
According to investigations by the Chilean Investigation Police (PDI) unit, the frequency of theft of goods using jammers was found to be one every six days. It should be noted that, in many cases, those affected did not realize that the robbery was carried out by human interference and was therefore not included in the register. Considering the frequency of such attacks on various routes in Chile, Drivetech SpA has developed anti-jamming technology.