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Economical GPS Devices With Competitive Technology

Wednesday, 19 March 2014 16:47
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Economical, full-featured vehicle tracking product designed for covert and reliable installation in automobiles. This is ideal solution for stolen vehicle, vehicle finance, auto rental and other automotive tracking applications.

These Products are high-value tracking unit from LATLONG Solutions features a small footprint superior GPS performance, an optional internal back-up battery, ultra low power sleep modes, optional 3-axis accelerometer for motion sense, and up to three Inputs/three Outputs (I/O). This is a complete vehicle tracking and communications device incorporating next-generation, supersensitive GPS technology on cellular networks for installation in any 12/24 volt mobile vehicle. Superior internal antennas for both cellular and GPS eliminate the need for wired antennas and make the product mountable virtually anywhere in the vehicle for easy, inexpensive installations. Messages are transported across the cellular network using enhanced SMS or UDP messaging providing a reliable communications link between the device and your application servers. These products designed to dramatically reduce cost, power and size while providing excellent field reliability.

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