I spy with my little ‘digital 2 Track’ eye

2 Track offers a full line of tracking and management solutions, which the firm believes will help freight companies keep a close eye on any dodgy dealings.

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By  Cleona Godinho Published  September 29, 2005

In a bid to increase productivity and track inventory in the Middle East, Korean company, Chengholin is displaying a range of mobile tracking systems from 2 Track technology. The company’s main focus this year is its iTrac GPS/GSM vehicle tracking system. According to the vendor, the iTrac’s parameters can be updated via SMS, GPRS or direct connection with a USB cable. On the security front, each device has a remote controller for the user to set the unit to ‘Arm’ or ‘Disarm’. There’s also an SOS panic button designed for emergencies. The iTrac is simple to use and can be installed in any car, says the firm. “Vehicle owners receive standard GPS outputs transmitted from iTrac via a GSM network, which indicates the location of the vehicle. With software integration, iTrac can also be monitored by a control centre equipped with a web server and digital maps,” says Mike Jung, CEO of 2 Track. 2 Track is also showcasing its Link505 personal tracker, which it claims, is the smallest GPS/GSM tracking device that has been developed so far. According to the firm, the personal tracker caters to those interested in personal positioning and emergency reporting. The company also provides tailor-made tracking and management solutions for global containers, vessels and fleet management firms. “We are currently developing a solution for the Dubai Ports Authority, in order to help them track and secure all inventory that enters and leaves the port. Part of our solution for global containers includes the use of sensors, which transmits signals via RFID and satellite communication,” says Jung. The company is currently working with Aramex - an international freight service operator - who are looking into a full tracking system to keep an eye on exactly where its freight is heading and if it was ever tampered with while in transit. 2 Track has also partnered with Netlink to provide local installations and support for its tracking solutions in the Middle East.

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