Feb. 18, 2013
/PRNewswire/ -- LandAirSea Systems, a leading manufacturer and developer of
devices since 1994, is announcing a permanent price cut on its most popular passive GPS tracker, the
GPS Tracking Key®
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Effective as of
Monday, February 18, 2013
, the price of the GPS Tracking Key® will be permanently reduced to
- a nearly 40% price cut!
About the GPS Tracking Key®
The GPS Tracking Key® is LandAirSea's best-selling passive GPS vehicle tracker. This ultra-compact and portable data logger has the ability to determine the precise location of a vehicle or asset to within 2.5 meters of the device. The powerful internal GPS module also records detailed travel activities every second while in motion.
The tracking data stored on the GPS Tracking Key® includes travel path, rates of speed and the amount of time that the device has stopped at any given location. The tracking data can be accessed by retrieving the device and connecting it to a PC with the installed Past-Track® software, and can be viewed through Google Earth. The software can also generate detailed driving reports and animated historical playback.
Here are some of the features offered by the GPS Tracking Key®:
- Battery life provides up to 2 weeks of tracking with active driving
- Powered by 2 AAA batteries
- Stores up to 140 hours of tracking data
- Comes with powerful magnet mount for secure and covert placement
- Auto-Sleep mode puts device into sleep mode if the vehicle is not in motion
- Comes with a one year manufacturer's warranty
- No monthly subscription fees required
- Works internationally
This ultra-compact and portable passive GPS tracker provides the perfect economical tracking solution for small to large businesses that utilize a single vehicle or an entire fleet of vehicles. Some of the most common applications for the GPS Tracking Key® includes logistics and freight delivery services; taxi and limousine services; law enforcement and other government agencies; and parents of concerned teenage drivers.