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One product, Micro Asset Tracker, is already creating interest within the surveillance market. The Micro Asset Tracker is also known as Tracking the World’s Enduro Pro and BrickHouse Security’s Spark Nano 3. Queclink, the manufacturer, provides specifications showing their GL200 device features the longest battery life of any GPS device of its size. The long battery life is made possible through a built-in motion sensor which allows the Micro Asset Tracker to “go to sleep” and consume less power when not in motion. The tracker can operate for an entire week on a single charge, based on 1-minute reporting intervals and an average of 2-hours of driving per day.
In addition to the Micro Asset Tracker, Location Lock now offers a real-time vehicle tracker (TeamLocate®), a motorcycle tracker (SportLocate®), and a waterproof trailer tracker (TrailLocate).
The new tracking platform is hosted on Amazon Web Services (AWS) and can be used for fleet management, law enforcement, consumer, and personal tracking. The user-friendly web-browser interface allows the customer to track a single asset or an entire fleet of vehicles from any web enabled device. Conroy expressed, “We’re seeing a lot of acceptance of the new tracking platform with our existing customers while new customers can’t wait to take advantage of the features being offered at such competitive prices.
Conroy recognized early in the evaluation process Tracking The World could provide different solutions for his company’s customers. Conroy contacted Tracking The World to discuss potential hardware and software solutions for tracking commercial fleets and other mobile assets. The conversation resulted in Location Lock adding Tracking The World’s products to their suite of GPS tracking solutions. Conroy stated, “Location Lock’s mission is to bring our customers peace of mind by securing their assets through the company’s GPS tracking technology. We always want what is best for the customer. If Location Lock does not have a solution in-house, we will go to the marketplace and find a viable technology for our customer to offer a comprehensive package.”
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