PTCRB-Certified Tracker Packs RFID/IoT Support

Venture Research introduces MultiTrak, which it lauds as a one-of-a-kind tracking solution that integrates multi-sensors, GPS, UHF RFID, BLE (Low Energy Bluetooth) and PTCRB certified 4G LTE cellular capability. Available for immediate deployment, MultiTrak is housed in a rugged IP67-rated enclosure, suitable for hazardous or outdoor use. Constructed initially to satisfy the challenging needs of the waste and recycling management industries, MultiTrak is equally useful in the construction, vehicle asset tracking and yard management industries.

 

As the only mobile outdoor rated solution on the market to integrate cloud-based computing connectivity with RFID and IoT sensors, MultiTrak can collect data as an IoT node and deliver it directly to the cloud for monitoring, alerting, and analysis. This eliminates the need for middleware, reduces the cost of implementation and allows the solution to scale.

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The MultiTrak solution deploys rapidly in virtually every application in every industry, including waste management and hazardous waste management; vehicle, yard management and asset tracking, quality control management, logistics and supply chain management, parcel pick-up systems, and the emerging tide of Internet-of-Things devices.

 

Don’t waste away waiting for more info, download and peruse the MultiTrak datasheet visit Venture Research.

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