Personal wireless security device, GPS and iMode
TRAXER, a pocket size device for personal security based on Fastrax GPS technology combined with a dual-band GSM/GPRS modem, launched during CeBIT Asia signed in with iMode Japan to be launched initially in Taiwan.
Concept developed and introduced by Mobintelecom Oy, a provider of Wireless Telematics Security Solutions, TRAXER devices are technically developed and manufactured in cooperation with Global Sun Technologies Inc, Taiwanese-based partners of Mobintelecom and Fastrax, and first introduced in public at the CeBIT Asia Trade Fair starting on September 18th in Shanghai, China.
Operating as a stand alone personal security device, TRAXER fits easily in a jacket pocket, weighing less than 100 grams. In case of an emergency, TRAXER is activated quickly by pressing an easy-touch panic button.
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