TripTracer II tracks vehicles
Mar 1, 2003 12:00 PM
Rayming Corp has announced the debut of TripTracer II, a way to remotely track the position and route history of vehicles in real-time. An Internet-enabled device, TripTracer II is designed for businesses, fleet owners, trucking companies to track their vehicles when they're in use, or if the vehicle becomes stolen.
TripTracer II is a tamperproof GPS trip transmitter/receiver that is hard-wired under the dash, under the vehicle's seat, or in the vehicle's trunk. A flat-panel antenna is secured to any non-obstructed location — such as on the dashboard or rear deck — to provide reliable communication with orbiting GPS satellites.
As a two-way device, TripTracer II not only receives GPS signals, but also relays the vehicle's position to an Internet browser via the Aeris communications network. By logging onto TripTracer II's password-protected web site, the owner or other authorized individuals can view the vehicle's whereabouts on a detailed street map, regardless of the vehicle's location in the continental United States or Canada.
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