NexTraq has expanded its offering with the new low-cost Satellite GPS Asset Tracking Device. The satellite GPS asset tracker offered by NexTraq functions independently without any mobile network availability and enables customers to track their assets remotely.
Powered by satellite technology, the NexTraq device is ideal for monitoring remote assets located in barges, rural areas and oil fields. The asset tracker can be used for tracking both mobile and fixed assets such as trailers, railcars, cargo containers as well as generators, fuel storage tanks and field equipment.
The Chief Executive Officer of NexTraq, Mike Scarbrough stated that the company develops solutions that benefit its customers worldwide. Scarbrough explained that the new tracking device is ideal for locations where cell signals may be inaccessible or weak. Although cellular networks are constantly expanding to greater reach, the advantage of the tracking solution is to provide reliable and advanced asset tracking in any part of the world.
The Satellite GPS Asset Tracking device has been certified for use in Class I, Division 1 environments with flammable operating conditions, providing oil & gas and other critical industries with a reliable solution. The easy-to-install device has been designed as an affordable solution and uses off-the-shelf AA lithium batteries. The satellite tracker can be used on a variety of mobile assets such as cargo containers, trailers and railcars as well as fixed assets like field equipment, generators and fuel storage tanks.
Headquartered in Atlanta, GA, NexTraq provides GPS fleet tracking solutions to help business reduce their operational costs and maximize revenue by optimizing fleet operations.