GSM Tracking

  • Complete GSM Tracking Solution available from GTC

    Global Telesat Communications are pleased to announce we now offer a complete solution for your GSM tracking needs including hardware, airtime, set-up and mapping services.

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  • Why stealing a tracker isn't a good idea!

    Queclink, the manufacturer of our GSM Trackers have reported how in October one of their dealers exhibiting at GITEX Dubai had a GL200 Personal Tracker stolen from their stand.

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  • Our pick of the best satellite communications apps

    Combine the increase in popularity of new Bring Your Own Device (BYOD) Satellite products such as Iridium GO! and IsatHub with existing favourites such as the Thuraya SatSleeve and you will soon see there are a number of Apps now available to make communication easier in remote locations.

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  • Globalstar Introduces The STX3: The World’s Lowest Power-Consuming Satellite Network Chipset for Global M2M Solutions

    Today, Globalstar have launched the STX3 simplex satellite global transmitter. The STX3 is a low-cost device designed to deliver reliable one-way digital data communications for remote sensing, tracking and monitoring applications. The STX3 is a fantastic solution for anybody whose tracking devices are dispersed in remote locations as they are the lowest power-consuming modem of its type in the world and can operate for many months or years without requiring human intervention. It is three times smaller than the previous Globalstar modem (the STX2) and at just £75, the STX3 provides a cost-effective option, designed to be easily integrated into a huge range of M2M devices and applications to enable the tracking of everything from sheep to ships! The STX3 is also ideal for hybrid GPRS/GSM-based M2M tracking in areas with limited or no mobile network coverage. "We see a huge opportunity for VARs and OEMs to incorporate the STX3 chipset into compact and efficient communications devices targeted at a wide and fast-growing range of vertical markets," said Jay Monroe, Chairman and CEO of Globalstar. "With its unrivalled low power consumption and small size, this chipset has the potential to accelerate the adoption of satellite-based M2M – both satellite-only solutions and hybrid cellular/satellite offerings." Ovinto, an M2M telematics specialist based in Belgium, is one VAR who has been testing the STX3 chipset. "We have been using the STX2 for many years as it meets our stringent requirements for reliability in even the harshest of environments including contact with explosive materials," said Frederick Ronse, Founder and CEO of Ovinto. "We have been testing the STX3 and see great potential in using this new technology, particularly its very long battery life. Our customers want to use Ovinto Sat with the reassurance that they can go years without having to replace device batteries in wagons and containers across Europe." The Globalstar STX3 is available for purchase from our website.

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  • GEOS Alliance- International Emergency Response Coordination Center

    Many of our devices have an SOS function on them including the Iridium Extreme, DeLorme inReach, DeLorme inReach SE and the SPOT devices; this means that if you find yourself in an emergency situation you can reach out for help. Once you press the SOS button on your device the message is sent to the GEOS Alliance and they alert the emergency services that are relevant to your location. The GEOS International Emergency Response Coordination Center (IERCC) is the world's first commercial global alerting post for Satellite Emergency Notification Devices (S.E.N.D.). All of our satellite devices that have an SOS function use GEOS in case of an emergency as it has the ability to provide real-time monitoring and response worldwide and is made up of various 24/7 monitoring centres that focus on travel safety, tracking, security services and emergency alerting for clients. GEOS is an alerting post, meaning that when you press the SOS button on your satellite device they receive the alert and notify the appropriate authorities to perform a search and rescue mission. However, in many instances their duty doesn't end there and the mission coordinators at the IERCC maintain a liaison with the family, first responders and in some instances a user's embassy, keeping all parties up to date with the new position information, updated medical information and any other pertinent data until the mission or call is resolved. GEOS understand that they are only as good as their partners and contacts and that is why they use the same COSPAS-SARSAT database that the Rescue Coordination Centre's around the world have access to so they know exactly whom to call at all times (A Rescue Coordination Centre is a primary search and rescue facility in a country). They have also formed alliances with partners internationally, providing them access to resources that other organisations may not have access to. This can mean the difference of a few minutes, if not more, and when conducting a search and rescue mission this can mean the difference between life and death. GEOS are a truly global organisation and their coverage area is the entire world, or at least the part of the world that the various devices that they monitor can reach. GEOS have conducted rescues from as far North as the Arctic Sea to the very Southern tip of South America, coordinating search and rescue missions for everything from aircraft crashes to avalanches to piracy attempts. GEOS services are delivered through a combination of state-of-the-art technology and the unparalleled experience of the very best and most respected specialists in the fields of International Search and Rescue (SAR) and worldwide emergency response. Since GEOS commenced operations in November 2007 it has rescued in excess of 3,500 people that may not have been here otherwise. GEOS operates globally 24 hours a day, 7 days a week and 365 days a year and aid in the rescue of all saveable lives whether it is land, air or sea. Their motto is "So others may live to tell about it".

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  • GTCTrack Launch | New GSM and Satellite Tracking Application from Global Telesat Communications

    GTCTrack Launch | Global Telesat Communications has launched a global web based mapping application for a complete visual overview of satellite devices.

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  • Global Telesat Communications now offering GSM personal and asset trackers

    The We are pleased to announce that we are now offering a range of GSM personal and asset trackers available to buy online at www.globaltelesat.co.uk. Tracking devices which transmit information such as current location, time, and past movements and are ideal for remotely monitoring the location of valuable assets such as boats, vehicles or machinery or for letting friends, family or colleagues know your precise location when travelling to remote or dangerous areas. Until now we have only offered satellite tracking devices which send on GPS coordinates through satellite networks.  We are pleased to offer the GSM tracking products to those who are not venturing into areas without mobile phone reception.   If you wish to track somebody or something that will always be within a GSM coverage area we recommend this type of tracker as they are less expensive, smaller in size and can sometimes work inside buildings. Competitive airtime pricing is available for our range of GSM trackers at just £15 per month for unlimited messaging. As with all our products we are happy to personally advise you on which product may suit your requirements.  Please contact us for further assistance.

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