The Chicago Tribune uses Vismo to discover the best way to get to Chicago’s O’Hare International Airport.

Multi award-winning, global tracking specialist Vismo proved instrumental in tracking reporters for The Chicago Tribune.

For more than a decade, Chicago politicians have talked about a faster way to get between downtown and Chicago’s O’Hare International Airport. Armed with tracking technology from Vismo (,The Chicago Tribune sent reporters by car, ride-share, CTA and Metra to find out.

Colin Dale, VP Business Development at Vismo says “We are delighted that Vismo was selected to provide The Chicago Tribune with location tracking data for this article. Vismo tracking technology played an important role in ensuring an accurate comparison could be achieved, tracking all modes of transport.”

The winner was an Uber ride-share that took 69 minutes, followed by the CTA at 80 minutes, a private car (parked at an economy lot) at 90 minutes and Metra at 98 minutes.

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About Vismo

Established in York, UK, in 2012, Vismo is a patented and multi award-winning global tracking solution designed to locate individuals around the world using an application installed on their smartphone, tablet, personal GPS trackers or satellite devices. With active users in more than 190 countries, the Vismo App is a proven and scalable global tracking solution that organisations are using as a method of ensuring their employees stay safe.

Vismo is used by many FTSE 100 and Fortune 500 companies, NGO agencies and a growing number of SMEs and organisations in the public sector, to meet their duty of care obligations to protect their employees.

The company maintains ISO 9001 Quality Management Certification and ISO 27001 Information Security Management Certification.

To find out more about Vismo or the integration with The Chicago Tribune, visit:, email: or call: +44 1904 616666 (UK and RoW) or +1 866 815 9128 (US).