Atlanta, USA: NexTraq, GPS fleet tracking and vehicle management solutions provider, launched its new global satellite GPS asset tracking device. This device works solely with satellite technology and is not dependent on any mobile network, enabling NexTraq customers to affordably track anything, anywhere.
Through a press release, Mike Scarbrough, CEO of NexTraq stated, “We continue to develop new solutions that are truly useful for our customer base. The new satellite tracking device is a practical solution for tracking assets in areas where finding a strong cell signal can be an issue. While cellular networks continue to expand, we understand that the needs of our customers require tracking assets in every corner of the world and we have to ensure they have the most reliable solution available.”
For assets located in remote locations, such as oil fields, barges and rural areas, satellite tracking is the most advanced technology available. The NexTraq satellite tracking device is safe for use in Class I, Division 1 environments with combustible atmospheres, which is useful for companies that work with oil and gas and other industries where this is an issue.
The design of the new satellite tracking device allows for quick and easy installation and field management. By utilising off-the-shelf batteries, the device was designed to be an affordable solution for NexTraq customers.
“By supplementing NexTraq’s CDMA and GPRS vehicle and asset tracking with satellite asset tracking, our customers can see all of their vehicles and assets in one end-to-end platform. As one of the only companies in the fleet tracking industry to offer satellite tracking, we are pleased to launch this offering in the easy to deploy, cost-effective manner that our customers have come to expect,” concluded Scarbrough.