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Linxio offers a wide range of 4G GPS trackers for complete end to end fleet management, real-time GPS tracking, asset management, job management and field service solutions, driver safety and fatigue management solutions and refrigerated transport temperature monitoring.
4G CAT-M1 / NB-IoT
A 4G GPS tracker is an electronic tracking device that helps transmit the real-time location of a vehicle or person using the global positioning system, also known as GPS. The data of the location is stored onto the tracking device and transmitted by using IOT enabled integration like a cellular connection that may be GPRS or SMS based.
The GPS tracker is an easy device to set up and track as it follows a simple plug & play interface to get things started. The data is relayed using an active 4G based SIM card that is inserted into the tracking device. Anti theft features and an sos button come in handy when using a vehicle GPS tracker. A monthly fees is generally attracted via a gsm network similar to mobile phones to make the most of gps gsm based real time tracking which can be reviewed through google maps.
The battery life on our devices averages around 8 years. The smartphone app free of cost can be downloaded for both android and ios devices. The 4G GPS comes with an pre-activated sim card for added convenience. Once the 4G SIM is activated, the coordinates of the device are transmitted over a GSM network to the entitled tracking service that displays the location of the device on an interactive map interface.
The GPS tracker can also be used for secondary operations such as relaying the on-board diagnostics onto a remote server or a device for data interpretations.
The tracking device is generally powered by the power generated at the source, through an independent battery or a power source on the vehicle itself. Other features of a standalone trackers include remote auto immobilizing system, motion detection notifications and anti-theft alerts. Additionally, a tracker should be IPv6 or IPv7 ready to withstand the unpredictable environments that might be faced based on different terrains and versatile product usage.
However, with the progression of time, 3G based devices are being out for a newer generation 4G band devices. Global network providers already shut down their 2G network in a lot of countries and have already planned to shutdown the 3G network in 2020 to make way for 5G, so to future-proof your business, a 4G ready device is very important.
In response to this, Linxio has made available a complete range of 4G LTE devices with, but not just any 4G modems will do for our GPS trackers, we have used a specific 4G modem that runs the NB IoT & CAT M1 Network, a network that is dedicated to GPS trackers and IoT devices.
Linxio offers a wide range of high-quality tracking devices to suit all budgets and requirements, from the low-cost TR500 vehicle tracker to the AT36 standalone GPS tracker with impressive 8-year battery life. We also offer white label GPS solutions through partner progarm. Linxio has devices that help in complete fleet tracking & management solutions, asset tracking services & personal tracking.
Our vehicle GPS trackers come preloaded with activated sim cards for instant real-time tracking. The car tracker, if not plug and play like the VX60 variant might require installation services to be hard-wired into the obd system.
We offer both 3G trackers along with the 4G variants. The backup battery on the devices comes with an extended life. The live track feature of the system can be accessed on the mobile phone via the mobile app.
Linxio makes tracking as a solution affordable for fleet vehicles managed by fleet operators and owners alike. We offer a direct plug and play configuration through our tracking devices. These trackers can be directly plugged into the car’s dashboard or can be hard-wired for additional safety. Most of the installation instructions come straight out of the box and are easy to go about.
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Apart from GPS vehicle tracking and management solutions, Linxio also offers full HD 1080P dual channel dash cams with in-build tracking solution alongside fuel card solution through collaboration with our fuel fleet card partners. Maintain the highest level of driver safety, monitor the driving behaviour through interactive dashboards displaying driver scorecards which take into account harsh acceleration, braking, cornering and speeding events.
We dont believe in a one size fits all approach to GPS powered tracking, instead, we have a wide range of GPS trackers to suit any application.
Linxio offers a wide range of high-quality tracking devices to suit all budgets and requirements, from the low-cost TR500 vehicle tracker to the AT36 standalone tracker with impressive 8-year battery life.
Still, need to learn more about GPS based tracking and learn how Linxio can help businesses boost profits and offer customised tracking solutions to run fleets better.
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A GPS tracker is an electronic navigational device which is generally powered by or utilises the global positioning satellite system to track the location of a vehicle in real-time, be it a person, car or any other locomotive for that matter.
The device is usually integrated into the vehicle or carried by a person so that the latter can be tracked accurately. The location which is recorded onto the device is transmitted via cellular or satellite modem embedded in the tracker. Buy our GPS trackers Sydney wide today.
Based on the type, a tracking device can have or omit modules depending upon the usage requirement.
Broadly, trackers are broken down into 5 categories, namely;
Data Loggers: These devices log the position or the location coordinates of the device on the internal memory that can be later accessed through downloadable data.
Data Pushers: These devices are the most common type of GPS trackers widely used. These devices usually transmit the data in the form of location, along with information about other on-board diagnostics to a designated server at regular intervals.
Data Pullers: Unlike data pushers, data pullers are always on and can transmit data as often as one wants to. Data pullers are more commonly used in conjugation with tracking devices with a GPS receiver module and a cellular network that can be triggered by sending a message wirelessly to it.
Convert Trackers: These are your regular trackers being put to use in everyday life. The only catch here is that these trackers are designed in a particular manner so that they mimic regular objects.
Vehicle OBD Trackers: OBD trackers can be easily plugged into the on-board diagnostics of a vehicle. The tracking unit is powered by the obd unit present on the vehicle. Additionally, OBD trackers communicate with other sub-systems of the on-board diagnostics to obtain data about vehicle performance, fuel consumption among other things.
“We are only starting to use a portion of the Linxio features and have had huge benefits. Its not just a policing tool, it allows us to automate a lot of the manual tasks typically required to manage a mobile workforce ”
Laura – Parcel Delivery