Pet technology company PitPat has announced the launch of a one-of-a-kind dog activity monitor called the 'PitPat Dog GPS Tracker.' Unlike other dog tracking tools, the new product features a GPS tracker that incorporates both NB-IoT and LTE-M technologies.
In addition, PitPat does not require its users to sign up for a monthly subscription. Instead, it delivers lifetime connectivity and leverages extra-wide coverage to offer superior network availability.
“With our PitPat Dog Activity Monitor, we’ve already helped thousands of pet parents keep their dogs fit and healthy. Now we also their peace of mind that they can find their dog if the unexpected happens, or check in on their dog’s location or activity while they are apart, making PitPat a must-have for all pet parents.”
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PitPat Launches the Groundbreaking 'PitPat Dog GPS Tracker'
1. GPS Tracking for Pets - The use of advanced GPS technologies on pet trackers provides the opportunity to offer greater accuracy and help pet owners keep their furry friends safe.
2. Subscription-free Services - The offering of subscription-free services for pet trackers can disrupt the market and attract consumers who prefer to avoid monthly fees.
3. Integration of Iot Technologies - Integrating advanced IoT technologies like NB-IoT and LTE-M in pet trackers can create innovative solutions to help pet owners monitor and track their pets' activity levels and location in real-time.
1. Pet Technology - The pet technology industry can benefit from the development of advanced tracking technology that provides pet owners with greater peace of mind and control over their pets' safety and wellness.
2. Telecommunications - The telecommunications industry can leverage IoT technologies to provide better, more reliable connectivity solutions for pet trackers and other IoT devices.
3. Insurance - Insurance companies can potentially offer innovative policies that incorporate GPS pet trackers to help customers reduce the risk of losing their pets and provide protection against pet-related risks.