Numerex, a provider of secure machine-to machine services and products, has unveiled its new satellite solution, which utilizes a hardy and lightweight global tracking tag. This battery powered equipment has a trustworthy global coverage and can be used as a wireless sensor hub for providing added systems monitoring.
The field replaceable battery in the device is capable of giving several years of service and the tag can be easily installed, stimulated and operated inside just one minute. Its low maintenance and long life features makes this device a unique one. This device would perform as a wireless hub for monitoring and alerting of sensors for easy door close/open to complicated tasks such as tank level and flow rate.
The new unit offers features such as cost- effectiveness, rapid deployment, movement tracking, configurable reporting parameters, near global visibility coverage and Sensor Hub Motion Detection M and Wireless Programming and this unit adds to the Numerex portfolio of products, which are being used by emergency management, military units and government officials.
According to Rick Burtner, who is the General Manager and Senior Vice President of Numerex, the company was committed to delivering easy to use and cost-effective asset visibility solutions in industries such as emergency and government services, energy, transportation and fleet management. He further added that this device will provide support to their new satellite solution and give remote condition monitoring and dependable asset tracking.