New LOSTnFOUND mobile trackers capitalize on u-blox’ GPS and GSM technologies
Mountain Group, a Swiss provider of ultra-compact portable tracking solutions relies on u-blox’ leading GPS and GSM/GPRS module technologies for its new “LOSTnFOUND®” suite of tracking devices. The suite consists of the “ALTUS”, “CALVUS”, and “CIRRUS” trackers which report the location of cars, trucks, people, belongings and pets on 5 continents. The information can be viewed from anywhere via a feature-rich web-based application.“T
“LOSTnFOUND is an innovative application of u-blox’ pioneering GPS and GSM technologies” said Huub Robroek, u-blox Area Sales Manager, “the result is a powerful tracking solution that provides a valuable service to allow companies to optimize business processes, while giving individuals a new level of safety and interactivity”.
Each pocket-size device integrates a u-blox NEO GPS receiver module together with a LEON GSM/GPRS module to enable each unit to report location, location history, speed, and direction. The tight functional integration between the two modules as realized by u-blox delivers outstanding tracking performance.
Outgoing alert messages via SMS or email are also supported. The solution consists of palm-sized tracker units with pre-configured SIM card and easy-to-use web-based interface. The solution delivers high performance at a cost-effective price.
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