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GPS-150 Asset Tracking Device Two-Way Radio

 

GPS-150 Asset Tracking and Location Intelligence

 

The GPS-150 is a full featured "industrial" standalone GPS tracking device to operate over popular conventional or trunked trunking two-way radio systems. It is designed for mission critical, heavy transportation, utilities and military applications. (see GPS-130 for a commercial low cost version of this device).GPS-150

Designed to easily mount on a vehicle, boat, train or any moving object that needs accurate and reliable location tracking, the device is ruggedized and splash proof. It is designed for demanding mobile environments where performance and reliability are essential.

Using pioneering techniques, the GPS-150 utilizes the most sophisticated form of Automatic Vehicle Location (AVL). This is called the Global Positioning System and is a constellation of 24 satellites developed by the U.S. Department of Defense, and made available without charge to commercial and civilian users.

The unit will operate over any voice grade channel or dedicated data network and is compatible with virtually any radio transmission device. 

The GPS-150 has a host of additional features, together with multiple input and output ports making it a highly flexible and configurable system component. These include advanced features with intelligent radio interfaces, multiple serial and digital I/O ports. In addition to its GPS reporting capability, the GPS-150 can be interfaced to numerous other peripheral devices to provide advanced fleet management features. For example, it can be interfaced to engine management systems, sensors and controls to provide real time status conditions or any form of analog information. Intelligent memory maintains the port states even on power down.

A proprietary "data accumulation compression technology", (DACT), allows for the accumulation of data over extended periods, and then rapid transfer over a wireless infrastructure at pre-programmed time intervals. DACT provides the dispatcher with detailed, "step by step’ information on the vehicle being tracked together with vital statistics for accurate management analysis.

  • Provides timed, distance, speed or exception GPS location updates
  • Conventional Radio Compatible
  • Smart Trunking Radio Compatible
  • Radio Channel Steering
  • Automatic Acknowledgment
  • Automatic Message Retry
  • Message Memory
  • Quadtec Digital signaling
  • Track on Poll
  • Track on Interval
  • Emergency Tracking
  • MOTION-trak intelligent reporting
  • Auxiliary Inputs x 8
  • Command Outputs x 3

The GPS-150 operates in conjunction with the any of the CES Wireless software packages. These affordable and advanced software systems provide for multiple channel, multiple protocol and multiple dispatcher.

Integration to third party software systems is also supported, e.g.. CAD, 911 etc.

 

Please refer to the software brochures for detailed information.....

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Features


GPS-150
Industrial GPS Device

GPS Tracking: 
    GPS Location
    Speed
    Bearing
Ignition On/off
Auxiliary Inputs
Auxiliary Outputs
Onboard Memory
Cable Harness


Programming
Windows Smart Software

Tracking Software
POWER-trak3
FleetControl API
Your Software



Benefits


Reduce after hour driving


Detailed route and activity

Identify underutilized assets 

Decrease fuel usage

Reduce insurance premiums

Decrease driver overtime

Increase productivity


Can be used in conjunction with CES real-time GPS devices to reduce real-time monthly fees

  
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