Security Central Exchange Announces Availability of Flat Track Ultra-Thin GPS Tracker: Protects Intellectual Property, Sensitive Documents and Tracks Valuable Assets

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Security Central Exchange Announces Availability of the Flat Track Ultra-Thin GPS Tracker: Protects Intellectual Propety, Sensitive Documents and Tracks Valuable Assets

Flat Track Ultra Thin GPS Tracker

It protects intellectual property, trade secrets, and tracks valuable assets

Security Central Exchange announces availability of the Flat Track™ Ultra-Thin GPS Tracker. It protects intellectual property, (IP) trade secrets, sensitive documents and tracks valuable assets. As the world experiences significantly increasing levels of intellectual property theft, corporate espionage and competitive business intelligence efforts, the Flat Track™ can protect your intellectual property or valuable assets while stationary, in transit or during shipping. The Flat Track™ is a key new tool in the fight against IP theft and loss prevention. The Flat Track Ultra-Thin GPS Tracker is the first ultra-thin covert tracker designed specifically to meet the needs of professional surveillance and loss prevention applications, delivering performance, durability and customization. Key features & benefits include, an ultra-thin profile that provides unique opportunities for concealed placement while an asset is stationary, moving or in transit during shipping. Removal detection notifies the owner through mobile messaging when Flat Track’s presence has been discovered or tampered with. Accelerometer-based movement detection notifies the owner of the targets location. Flat Track is Ideal for mailing, shipping or transferring highly sensitive documents, Intellectual Capital and valuable assets to ensure they are not compromised. The Flat Track™ alerts if the package or asset is opened, altered or moved in an unauthorized manner. Learn more about the Flat Track Ultra-Thin GPS Tracker at Security Central Exchange.

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