FreightWatch to Showcase Geo F2 ‘Pill Bottle’ Assisted-GPS Tracker at CTIA Enterprise & Applications 2010

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FreightWatch Security Net will showcase its Geo F2 ‘Pill Bottle’ Tracker, the first commercial class Qualcomm inGeo™ Platform product, at CTIA Enterprise & Applications™ 2010, October 5 – 8 at the Moscone Center West in San Francisco, California. FSN will be exhibiting its next-generation covert tracking products—including the Geo F2—at booth 842 in the M2M Zone™ Pavilion.

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“FSN’s focus and dedication to cost-effective cargo tracking enabled us to design an innovative product that can be utilized in an increasing range of wireless machine-to-machine (M2M) applications."

FreightWatch Security Net (FSN), a leading provider of embedded cargo and portable surveillance tracking solutions, today announced that it will showcase its Geo F2 ‘Pill Bottle’ Tracker, the first commercial class Qualcomm inGeo™ Platform product, at CTIA Enterprise & Applications™ 2010, October 5 – 8 at the Moscone Center West in San Francisco, California. FSN will be exhibiting its next-generation covert tracking products—including the Geo F2—at booth 842 in the M2M Zone™ Pavilion.

The FreightWatch Geo F2 is a very small commercial class, embeddable assisted-GPS tracking product, incorporating Qualcomm QSC6055™ module technology that was designed and manufactured by FreightWatch. With a small pig-tail battery option attached, the Geo F2 can be hidden in a pill bottle or equally small enclosure enabling a variety of new covert tracking solutions. With a large capacity lithium-polymer battery option, the Geo F2 unit can also be deployed in rapid reporting, law enforcement surveillance situations or long term (more than a year) remote asset location assurance applications.

Combined with the optional integrated Zigbee® radio receiver, the Geo F2 becomes a remote, battery powered, sensor data collection and transmission platform. The FreightWatch Geo F2 ‘Pill Bottle’ tracker sets a new performance standard for portable, value-priced, commercial class location tracking.

“FSN invested resources to develop a very small, low cost, industrial covert tracking device for its logistics security business. We look forward to showing the results in San Francisco,” said Bill Games, President, FreightWatch Security Net. “FSN’s focus and dedication to cost-effective cargo tracking enabled us to design an innovative product that can be utilized in an increasing range of wireless machine-to-machine (M2M) applications. FreightWatch looks forward to meeting new channel partners interested in taking our technology into new markets.”

The Geo F2 is the newest product in the FreightWatch arsenal of covert trackers featuring superior location accuracy and reliable reporting in impaired environments. Coupled with FSNtracks, a web-based self-monitoring platform that provides 24/7 global location and status visibility plus industry leading battery pack options, the Geo F2 ‘Pill Bottle’ Tracker sets new covert tracking price-performance benchmarks for portable devices.

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

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