Inflatable holiday decorations are used for a variety of holidays, including Valentine’s Day, Easter, Halloween, Thanksgiving, and Christmas. They bring good cheer to people who live in the homes they decorate as well as those who drive around and look at them.

They are an investment homeowners and renters alike make in the entertainment and delight of the community. They are also a fun way for you to flaunt your holiday good cheer. Unfortunately, as many homeowners are learning the hard way, they are also a tempting target for the occasional Grinch who likes to rob entire communities of their holiday joy.

Sometimes these real-life Grinches will target multiple homes within the same neighborhood robbing lawns of inflatable holiday decorations and more. But there are things you can do to fight back. One homeowner’s security camera recorded a neighbor’s decorations being stolen and one of the neighbors is fighting back by making her lawn a less attractive target by nailing down items that can be nailed down and installing GPS tracking devices inside her inflatable decorations.

How can GPS help?

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Smart cities sound like something science fiction blockbuster movies are made of. The truth is, they are here and now, and your city could be well on its way to becoming one. Smart cities are described as urban areas that use electronic data, gathered from a variety of collection sensors, to determine how to better manage assets and resources.

What sizes are smart cities?

The good news is that cities of any size can become smart cities. It has nothing to do with the size of the city, merely with the use of technology to manage and allocate resources. The use of technology can be used to do any or all of the following:

  • Ease traffic congestion by planning new streets or widening existing streets.
  • Reduce labor costs for garbage or mosquito truck drivers.
  • Adjust the tempo of traffic lights to accommodate high-traffic flow at certain times of the day.
  • Decrease fuel costs for municipal fleets.
  • Reduce greenhouse emissions and take better care of the planet.

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On October 2, 2019, the National Transportation Safety Board, known as the NTSB, sent out a press release announcing the launch of an initiative advocating a national safety standard for limousines when it comes to seat belt systems and seating inside limousines. The organization has gathered information gleaned from limousine accidents in New Jersey, New York and Illinois, and the recommendation is that lap and shoulder belts be required for all passenger seating positions on all new vehicles designed or modified for use as limousines. It further stipulates that the seating systems be required to meet minimum specific standards for safety to ensure the structural integrity of the seats should a crash occur.

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