Arizona Company Introduces New GPS Tool to Fight Trailer, Equipment Theft
New technology can reveal the location of an asset within a few feet.
📅 Tue August 09, 2016 - National Edition
Scottsdale, Ariz.’s GPS & Track.com satellite GPS tracking technology can reveal the location of an asset within a few feet.
An Arizona-based company is helping contractors and other equipment owners combat the rise in equipment thefts in the United States.
The National Insurance Crime Bureau recently released a report that revealed a 1.2 percent increase of equipment theft — making matters worse, only 23 percent of stolen equipment is recovered.
Scottsdale, Ariz.'s GPS & Track.com satellite GPS tracking technology can reveal the location of an asset within a few feet. Users can access this information from any computer, laptop, smartphone or other device connected to the Internet. The Web-based platform also includes detailed history reports, battery alerts, and satellite mapping capabilities.
GPS & Track has been an innovator in this market. The company has seen an increasing growth of its sales of Trailer GPS Tracking Devices with a five-year battery life. From large corporations to individuals, the company has been shipping these Trailer GPS Trackers across the United States. These devices, which update daily, aggressively track equipment in real-time in the event of theft or recovery. The tracking devices are durable and designed to handle any weather condition, according to the company.
“With the high theft rates of trailers and equipment, our battery-powered GPS units have allowed for recovered stolen assets,” said Michael Fischer of GPSandTrack.com. “This technology is a game changer.”
Equipment is a big investment, but according to GPS & Track, it can be protected very affordably with GPS trackers. The Trailer GPS Tracking devices are priced around $279, which includes three-years of service. After three years, the service is $20 per year.
For more information, visit www.GPSandTrack.com or call 800-578-1809.
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