The hardware itself is durable and requires little installa-tion
and maintenance skills. It is waterproof, ruggedized and
designed for extreme cold. AtlasTrax’s GroomTrax usually re-quire
only one set of batteries for an entire season – it holds
up like a champ!
MiniTrax (three by two inches) is a compact waterproof
GPS satellite tracker that can be hardwired and battery
reports are sent daily. This tracker is custom programmed
according to the client’s needs and can report locations by
minute, hour or daily, or as needed and even at specific times
of day. If an asset is moved, MiniTrax will start sending alert
notifications by text or email, and draw detailed maps with
information such as latitude and longitude, heading times
and miles traveled.
AtlasTrax’s new SolarTrax charges by solar power and
never requires batteries. SolarTrax is a GPS tracker charged
by the sun. It can be installed outside, in view of the sun
and will continuously recharge itself. The internal battery
stores the charge for a long time and is monitored daily. This
tracker can also be hardwired and can draw power from
the asset, thus not requiring the sun for charging. Also, it’s
waterproof and can withstand very low temperatures. Totally
maintenance free tracking
Stash said, “Both MiniTrax and SolarTrax are easy to self-install,
maintain and move between assets as needed. This
allows for flexibility between assets in any fleet and the track-ers
can be moved from winter grooming equipment to sum-mer
and fall trail clearing machinery with ease.”
Groomers, snowmobiles or other recreation vehicles can
be tracked well beyond cellular range and can be followed in
real-time by management and family. In this way, abnormally
long periods spent in a single spot can be detected early on
and rescue can be dispatched accordingly as highlighted by
the following case studies:
• One season, an operator had a hydraulic system failure in
the middle of the night with no cellular coverage. He found
himself in a dangerous situation. His wife was able to follow
his course on AtlasTrax maps and realized something was
wrong when he stopped moving. She called the office and a
rescue team to his location.
• An operator had a near-fatal accident when his snowmo-bile
fell through thin ice into a lake while grooming trails.
He was able to jump out and save himself and the snowmo-bile
was able to send a signal. His family was tracking his
movements and noticed he had stopped moving. The office
was able to send help right away to find and assist him.
AtlasTrax’s team is available 24/7 to make custom solu-tions,
take orders and answer any questions. They have the
ability to track assets of any kind, anywhere in the world.
The AtlasTrax team will be pleased to help snow grooming
operations, ski resorts and ski areas choose the tracking and
management solution that is most suited to their needs or to
make a custom application for the upcoming winter season.
Call 613-276-8580 (worldwide) or Carolyn Stash at 954-465-3743
(U.S.), visit www.atlastrax.com or email email@example.com or
firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.
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