Taipei, Taiwan (SPX) Jul 10, 2009
Based in Taiwan, ARKNAV is fast becoming a leader in the provision of superior Global Positioning System (GPS) peripherals and innovative integrated tracking solutions. ARKNAV designs, develops, and manufactures high quality GPS tracking products for B2B and OEM/ODM customers, including location based and personal tracking systems for the vehicle, medical and security markets.
We've combined all the best features from our previous models with innovative designs that have never been used before in GPS tracking systems. R-35 truly is the most innovative GPS tracking device out there.
Our extremely compact GPS tracker features a built-in motion sensor and is ideal for movement detection or anti-theft applications with vehicles or other assets.
It is so lightweight and compact that it can even be used as a stop-motion detection device for the elderly - with alerts when subjects are not moving. And our tracker can be housed in an optional magnetic waterproof box with either a large rechargeable battery or external I/O power cables for easy attachment to vehicles.
Motion detection is important for the elderly or chronically ill. R-35 also has a motion sensor built-in, which is the perfect solution for stop-motion detection. This motion sensor can also be set for movement detection for asset or vehicle security.
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