GSatTrack to support over 70 tracking devices

Company's software system monitors multiple devices from one platform


Fort Lauderdale, FL: Wednesday, July 18, 2012, Global Satellite Engineering, the leader in customized satellite engineering systems, is pleased to announce that its new software platform, GSatTrack, a universal tracking system, is now supports over 70+ tracking devices.

Jeff Palmer, Director of Global Satellite Engineering, commented “The list of tracking devices that can use GSatTrack is growing weekly. This is the result of many new customers and distributors implementing their devices onto the GSatTrack platform. We have a unique product – it’s exciting to see so many manufacturers working with us”.

Traditionally, if you buy a tracking device, the manufacturer beholds the user to their own proprietary software in order to monitor a particular asset, equipment, personnel or vehicle. Global Satellite Engineering has turned the market upside down by developing a software system that can monitor a plethora of devices so that an operations department or an individual user can track multiple devices using one software platform, viewing all activities on one single unified interface. GSatTrack brings together every manufactured product under one location and update reports can be distributed in multiple languages, in a specific time zone and in a format best for each member of the group.

Currently, the manufacturers that work with GSatTrack include:
AddValue, Apple, Blackberry, Calamp, Cerberus, EMA, EMS SatCom, Falcom, Furuno, Globalstar, FlightCell, Genx, GSE, Honeywell, Inmarsat, Intricode Solutions, Iridium, JRC, NAL Research, Pointer, Quake Global, Queclink, Satlink, Skywave, Skyworks, Solara, Stratos, Teltonika, Trimble, and Thrane & Thrane.

Other features of GSatTrack include remote configuration and over the air firmware updates, alerts based on speed, IO changes, start, stop and power on/off, geo-fencing, multilingual and multi-platform, and white label packages for resellers and distributors.