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DTC introduces 4G Tracker to international market

Posted 16 November 2017 · Add Comment

Domo Tactical Communications (DTC) is introducing a new range of Command and Control (C2) Software, and 4G Cellular GPS Trackers into the international market.



The products will be on-site at Milipol 2017 in Paris, France for their official launch and debut showcase. 

The new 4G Cellular GPS Tracker is designed in response to the migration of cellular networks from GSM (2G) and UMTS (3G) to LTE (4G). This migration will progressively increase 4G coverage and provide the 4G Cellular GPS Tracker with an operational advantage over 2G and 3G Trackers.

“A considerable amount of time and planning went into the design and development of the 4G Cellular GPS Tracker; this is a significant launch for Domo Tactical Communications. The 4G Cellular GPS Tracker enables customers to locate mission critical assets in the most challenging of environments utilizing the latest in 4G LTE capabilities, “ said Mike Gisborne, Technical Director for TTL & Cellular, Domo Tactical Communications.

Designed to meet the demand for a quickly deployable tracking solution, the 4G Cellular GPS Tracker is a fully integrated unit with built-in antennas and lithium rechargeable battery. The tracker also has the benefit of onboard intelligence to increase its counter-surveillance by leveraging device features to combat detection or alert based on tamper. Competing devices often rely on server-side intelligence which requires the device to be connected to the server using power and increasing the chance of detection. The C2 (Command and Control) Software can be hosted locally with the customer or provided as a service. It provides a feature rich, intuitive interface for tactical or pattern of life analysis of the 4G Cellular GPS tracking data.

The new 4G Cellular GPS Tracker comes from proven technology originating from North America where 2,000+ trackers are successfully deployed, providing customers with reliable, feature rich tracking solutions for high value assets.

 

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