Melbourne, Australia – January 23, 2012:  M2M Connectivity introduces the Maestro MicroTracker (Rev 2) combining GSM/GPRS and GPS technologies in an industrial, compact grade

Melbourne, Australia – January 23, 2012:  M2M Connectivity introduces the Maestro MicroTracker (Rev 2) combining GSM/GPRS and GPS technologies in an industrial, compact grade design. Featuring embedded antennas and a single port connector in an exceptionally small footprint, it is easy to fit into places where space is limited in vehicles. The Maestro MicroTracker provides key features for fleet management applications including reporting of position, speed, mileage and ignition of the vehicle.

“The growing needs in tracking markets are creating huge opportunities for M2M service providers but integration processes have been consuming too many efforts.  Now, as a hardware-enabler, we ease this work and accelerate projects deliveries,” says Bertrand Goubault de Brugiere, General Manager of Maestro Wireless Solutions.

Empowered by the latest Maestro GPS SiRFstarIV A2100-A chipset, the MicroTracker also provides intelligent device management features and functionality, such as firmware and software upgrades and vehicle diagnostics. It’s well defined parser makes it easy to integrate into a tracking company’s back-end application server. The Maestro MicroTracker (MT-01) also features 2 digital and 1 analog inputs, ideal for elementary fleet management, fleet diagnostic and preventive maintenance. The 2 open collector outputs are able to drive relays and let you get control of the asset or tracked vehicle. Geo-tagging and geofencing capabilities are also addressed for asset recovery and roadside assistance service provider.

This product is available for service providers with their own tracking applications looking for a low cost accurate GPS tracking modem to marry with their tracking solutions.

For more information about the MicroTracker (Rev.2) please contact M2M Connectivity

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