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Borders and walls might have been a central point of contention during the U.S. election, but their use on construction sites is far less controversial. For example, have you ever erected a fence around a work area to protect your assets? Or considered a barrier to keep people out, or to simply make tracking who is on site easier?

What if I told you that you could accomplish all of those things without a physicalfence?

Welcome to geofencing.

Below, I’ll detail what geofencing is, how to use it, and some tools that can help you adopt it to your construction site.

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