“The Geo F1 Vehicle Tracker Bundle makes tracking accessible and cost effective for those who do not need ongoing surveillance, but are interested in a high quality GPS-enabled device for emergency situations”
Austin, TX (PRWEB) September 22, 2010
FreightWatch Security Net (FSN), a leading provider of embedded cargo and portable surveillance tracking solutions, today announced the availability of its Geo F1 Vehicle Tracker Bundle in the United States and Canada. This product and service bundle is designed for emergency situations, such as when a vehicle is lost or stolen and needs to be found. With optional weekly or daily reporting plans, a vehicle’s location can be verified automatically.
The tracking unit included in this bundle is the FreightWatch Geo F1, which is a low-cost, high performance covert tracking device launched by FSN in September 2009. Based on gpsOne™ assisted location-position technology, the FreightWatch Geo F1 tracker operates in impaired environments with no clear view of the sky. Examples include inside buildings, embedded in high-value cargo, and hidden under vehicles. Superior battery management sets the FreightWatch Geo F1 apart. Powered by the inGeo™ platform, the FreightWatch Geo F1 operates on Qualcomm patented “Low Duty Cycle” technology which provides unique hibernation capability, producing best-in-class operation and standby time.
The Vehicle Tracker Bundle has no monthly invoice charges unless used. The unit is always on and ready to track but does not report location unless manually pinged. In other words, once installed on a powered vehicle, there are no monthly bills unless a user commands the unit to report its location. In addition to bundled “ready to track” service, optional daily and weekly reporting plans are available.
Vehicle Tracker Bundle Details:
Standard Geo F1 with .72 AHr Lithium-Ion Backup Battery: $149
F1 “Hardwired” Voltage Converter & Cable (10-30V vehicle power stepped down to 5V DC w/fuse and LED): $49
One year of “ready to track” service with no bundled locates: included
One-time Geo F1 device and service activation fee (includes 5 test locates): $39
Vehicle Tracker Bundle Total: $237
“A la carte” location reporting charge (charges invoiced in arrears if no other plan in place: $.75 each
Automatic weekly reporting plan (up to 8 locates per month; excess usage rate of $.35 per locate; this plan requires annual prepayment: $35.40/year): $2.95 per month
Automatic daily reporting plan (up to 35 locates per month; excess usage rate: $.25 per locate): $9.95 per month
“Ready to track” service plan renewal for 2nd and each succeeding year: $59 per year
“The Geo F1 Vehicle Tracker Bundle makes tracking accessible and cost effective for those who do not need ongoing surveillance, but are interested in a high quality GPS-enabled device for emergency situations,” said Bill Games, President, FreightWatch Security Net.
The FreightWatch Geo F1 Vehicle Tracker Bundle is available for purchase through its affiliates and the company website at https://www.freightsecurity.net/content/geo-f1-vehicle-tracker-bundle.
About FreightWatch Security Net (FSN)
FreightWatch Security Net, a subsidiary of FreightWatch Group, provides covert GPS tracking products and online “track and trace” services that help secure valuable assets like in-transit cargo and surveillance of suspect vehicles. As a specialist in battery powered tracking devices that work where traditional GPS technology does not, FreightWatch is the trusted choice of high-value shippers, the transportation industry and law enforcement agencies, alike. Whether it is asset location assurance, supply chain visibility, or recovery of stolen goods, FreightWatch covert tracking systems provide a reliable layer of security for a widening range of applications. Together with its sister company, FreightWatch International, FSN technology enables a total solution for “securing global trade”. Founded in 2005, FreightWatch Security Net is based in Austin, Texas and provides cross border tracking systems to its affiliates in the United States, Europe, Mexico, Malaysia and Brazil.
For more information, visit http://www.freightsecurity.net