Overview of Trusted GPS and Satellite tracking devices

GPS and Satellite devices including wireless ID and environmental sensors for tracking equipment, damage, humidity and temperature conditions.

GPS/GSM/UHF tracker

Model: T7


Tracker for tools and other industrial assets.
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GPS/GSM/UHF tracker

Model: T7+


Tracker for tools and other industrial assets.
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GPS/GSM/UHF tracker

Model: T9


Tracker with remote sensors for heavy industry
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Satellite/GPS tracker

Model: S1


World smallest & True global coverage
Available Q3 2017
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Wireless RHT Sensor

Model: TAG RHT


Wireless humidity and temperature sensor for use with T7 and T9.

Wireless ID Tag

Model: TAG ID


Wirelss ID tag for use with T7 and T9.

Our devices include tracking devices and wireless sensors.

Tracking devices

determine their position based on GPS satellites and they do send data to our servers via cellular network or satellites. All tracking devices have a range of built-in sensors.

Wireless sensors

extend the sensor range of tracking devices and their data are relayed to our server by the tracking device.

Cellular network

also, known as mobile networks, give coverage in most countries. See a coverage map here. Cellular network are generally cost effective  but prices can vary depending on country. Coverage is not true global – e.g. remote areas like deserts and off shore are normally not covered.

Satellite communication

is an alternative to cellular networks and is used when true global coverage is imperative. Examples are on board a vessel on open sea, an expedition to remote areas, wild life tracking, ice drift buoys, off shore installations etc. We use Iridium satellites as this is the only true global communication network offering 2-way data transfer. Satellite communication requires line of sight to the satellites (to the sky).


is primarily done with GPS satellite signals. This is normally possible when the tracking device has a view to the sky – the better view the better accuracy (and lower power consumption). If GPS positioning is not possible the tracking device will make a position estimated based on cellular network triangulation (or via Iridium estimate if it is a satellite communicating tracking device like our Model S1).

Built-in sensors

greatly extend the versatility of the tracking devices. Sensors include temperature, motion, light, tilt, shock and utilization. Sensor data can be represented graphically or as a list and data can be used to trigger alarm conditions (send e-mail and/or SMS).

Wireless sensors

currently measure humidity, temperature (and dew point) and can work as a RFID (serial number).