South Korean software company SPACOSA's new location-tracking device is an innovative offering in that it can quickly and easily be implemented in a variety of business settings.
Dubbed 'Gper', this real-time location tracking device can be used by shipping facilities and corporations to keep tabs on the location of their cargo with no delay, allowing them to streamline their operations. The device itself is exceptionally compact, measuring in at only 50 x 50 millimeters, and is capable of carrying a charge for up to five days at a time although it can also work while simultaneously charging.
This tracking system consists of a GPS module, an embedded Beacon device and a variety of sensors, and can be programmed using a purpose-built software development kit, allowing companies to mold the use of the product for their specific needs. This sort of versatility ensures that industrial operations of different kinds can all make use of compact, real-time location-tracking to save time and money.