Track What Matters, a GPS tracking company that provides GPS tracking solutions for keeping track of assets, vehicles and containers, has announced the release of the Satellite Tracking Unit designed for mobile assets and trucks.
The advanced Satellite Tracking Unit can also be used to track assets that are stored in remote areas or in areas with unreliable cellular signals.
The advantages offered by satellite technology include an extended battery life and long deployment tenure without the need of any maintenance for a period that can extend up to 7.5 years. Additionally the Satellite Tracking Unit is an advanced cloud-based tracking system that can store movement data such as asset movement, rest times and location details for a period of one year. This allows the user to access his asset movement details at any time and any location.
The Chief Executive Officer of the tracking company, Steven Van Ooyen explained that several of the customers who handled large fleets such as the trucking services for oil & gas industries, require a technology that allows access in areas with weak, unreliable or no cellular signals. The Satellite Tracking Unit provides the solution to track asset movements in cellular- unreachable locations. Ooyen stated that the benefits of the added battery life as compared to regular cellular units and the ease of tracking the assets using the cloud-based application is a feature the customers will greatly benefit from.
Track What Matters offers GPS tracking solutions for vehicles in Canada, Africa, the Middle East, Mexico, United States and certain parts of Asia.