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GPS Vehicle & Asset Tracking - from $799 AUD

Finally, a cost effective GPS vehicle & asset tracking system, that is economical to use, but has features found on systems worth $1,000's of dollars. Made in Australia for Australian conditions a real time GPS / GSM tracking and monitoring system your vehicle.

For more information on GPS tracking please contact Brad Clarke:

Mobile: 043 752 1100

Phone: (02) 6642 1100     Facsimile: +61 2 6643 4310


It has been designed and built for the Australian market The main unit is around the same size as a packet of cigarettes, and also has a combined GPS / GSM antenna. The system will operate on either 12 volt or 24 volt vehicle electrical systems. NOTE: The system has many functions, some of which require added components or additional installation. Some features require your vehicle to have compatible systems in your car, for example central locking. Not every feature may be available on every installation or vehicle. It has been developed in-house by a team of dedicated designers and engineers from the needs of existing customers. It is both user-friendly and very comprehensive, featuring all the functions requested by existing users.

For more information on GPS tracking please contact Brad Clarke:

Mobile: 043 752 1100

Phone: (02) 6642 1100     Facsimile: +61 2 6643 4310


Where can it be used?
GPS can be used in Cars, Trucks, Earthmoving vehicles, Jet Skis, Boats, Trailers, Caravans, or even on remote buildings for security or monitoring, even activating machinery etc.

Some uses include:

  • Vehicle tracking (personal or business cars)
  • Fleet tracking
  • Tracking and monitoring your children
  • Tracking and monitoring your sales reps or drivers
  • Security & tracking for your boat
  • Security for your Jet Ski
  • Monitoring, Tracking and Security for Earthmoving machines
  • Remote monitoring of buildings & work sites
  • Can even be used with expensive items like white goods in construction sites
  • Monitoring of electronic machines
  • Monitoring of vending machines (It can tell you when they require filling.
    The uses are almost limitless.

GPS Tracking of Cars:

  • Can be integrated with your existing alarm, and will notify you when if the alarm is activated
  • Can be used as a silent alarm
  • You can track a vehicle at anytime simply by "pinging" the unit, and it will reply with an SMS giving you the latitude and longitude, direction of travel & speed
  • With a 3G enabled mobile phone, you can even get a coloured road map on your phone showing you the location of the vehicle!
  • Alternatively you can simply see a coloured map showing you the location of the vehicle via the Internet.
  • The standard system has 5 inputs and 5 outputs. Inputs can monitor things such as alarms, engine overheating, low oil pressure, panic button etc. Outputs can be used to lock or unlock the doors (central locking required), immobilize the engine, set off the horn etc. This can all be done from your mobile phone!
  • You can set up an unlimited number of Geo-fences. A Geo-fence is an invisible "electronic boundary" that you set up on the internet around any object or area. It can be as small as a 50m radius around a house, or 100km circle around a city that you wish to be notified about. If the vehicle enters / or exits this area, you will be notified. You can even specify a time limit that a vehicle can spend in a particular Geo-fence, which will notify you if the vehicle exceeds that time.
  • You can set a maximum speed limit, and if exceeded you are notified
  • It will also monitor the vehicle's battery. If the voltage gets too low, or the battery is disconnected, you will be notified.
  • A panic button can be installed in the vehicle that when activated, will notify you & the vehicle's location.
  • An optional speaker and microphone can be added, so you can hear what is going on inside the vehicle and talk to the driver if required (Privacy Laws Apply).
  • All alerts can be sent via SMS, or they can be stored on the unit's SD card for later transmission.
  • You can have data logging of speed and location for later reference.
  • Customizable software can be developed (Quotation required).

GPS Tracking of Earth Moving vehicles

  • On trucks and earthmoving, the uses can be slightly different.
  • You can monitor the engine via temperature sender and oil pressure switches.
  • For on-site workers, a Geo-fence can be put around the worksite. If a vehicle leaves that area you will be notified immediately.
  • If vehicles are stored in compounds the system can be used as a silent alarm on machinery by using door switches and entry / exit delays
  • Other monitoring can be via the use of pressure pads, motion sensors etc.
  • It can be programmed for when machinery is switched off, and anti-towaway Geo-fence is put around the vehicle
  • No-Go zones can be set up and if penetrated, you get instant notification
  • Customizable software can be developed (Quotation required).

GPS Tracking for boats

  • You can put a Geo-fence around your vessel, and if it drifts while on anchor, you will be notified instantly.
  • You can connect with microwave sensors, infra-red sensors or pressure mat sensors, for instant notification of un-authorised entry.
  • You can even monitor the water level in the bilge and if altered, turn on the bilge pumps.
  • You can monitor the battery, and be notified of a low voltage or disconnection.
  • You can remotely immobilize the starter motor at will.
  • You can notified of a speed alert on the water

GPS Tracking for Jetski's

  • You can put a Geo-fence around an area, and if the jet ski moves outside this area it will immediately notify you
  • You can remotely shut down the ski area if it moves out past this area

Remote monitoring of a building or site

  • GPS can be added to enhance existing security
  • In late 2007, there will be a camera interface available so you can program the camera to take a photo every, say, 30 seconds and either store them on the SD card of send them to your phone.
  • Video will also be available in the future.
  • Motion sensors can be added to activate the GPS system.
  • With the optional microphone and speaker, you can hear of thieves are breaking into your office of building and with the camera, you can take photos of them.

GPS Tracking for your family's safety

  • You can set speed limits for your children, with notification of this breach.
  • You can set up Geo-fences for areas you want them to stay in or out from.
  • If there was a particular area you didn't want them going in, you can put up a Geo-fence around this area, and if entered, you are notified immediately
  • You can install a panic button for young and elderly drivers
  • If you accidentally lock the keys in yoru car, you can unlock the doors via your system (assuming you have this feature installed)
  • The vehicle can have the starter motor immobilized to prevent un-authorised use.
  • Vehicle speed, location and direction can be obtained at any time
  • It can monitor the battery and in the event of a drain, can notify you before the battery goes completely flat (handy when someone leaves the lights on)

GPS features & specifications

  • Uses Quad band reception
  • 20 channel satellite receiver
  • 5 Outputs - on off switching - Pulse or Latch
  • 5 Inputs - Open / Closed switching
  • Speed alert function
  • Unlimited number of user-programmed Geo-fences
  • Geo-fences can be any size and can be triggered by entry or exit
  • Geo-fences can be timed and if time limit breached, an alert triggered
  • Panic Button
  • SMS message includes latitude, longitude, speed and direction of travel
  • Using a 3G enabled phone, a colour map with vehicle location can be displayed
  • Latitude and Longitude can be entered into website for roadmap location
  • Optional microphone & speaker available
  • Data Logging
  • On-board lithium battery backup as standard

How does it work?

The GPS vehicle tracking unit is fitted securely to your vehicle(s) and constantly monitors the vehicles position via the satellites that orbit the earth.

This information is stored in the small GPS unit* within the vehicle and simultaneously uploaded to our GPS server. This data is then be uploaded via the Internet to your computer at any time using the very easy-to-use GPS software provided.

The software contains a host of features requested by actual users of the system. Chances are it already contains everything that you will need to manage your fleet efficiently. However, all of our software is written in-house so should there be anything else we can add then simply ask. It's been developed entirely from the needs of people just like you.

Click on the vehicle icon on screen to obtain its location.

For more information on GPS tracking please contact Brad Clarke:

Mobile: 043 752 1100

Phone: (02) 6642 1100     Facsimile: +61 2 6643 4310


This data downloaded and stored for as long as you require. It is also backed up on our servers in case you have a crash and need to go back later. A brief summary of the current reports are given below.

  • The 'History Report' - allows you to replay actual journeys made on your screen, snail trail activity, view minute detail of a vehicles position at any moment in time.

  • The ‘Journey report’ - shows all journeys made. Displays start of journey, end of journey, mileage travelled, time taken......

  • The ‘Stop report’ - shows all stops made on whatever days/times you choose.

  • The ‘Geo-fence report’ - itemizes each time a vehicle enters and/or exits a zone 'fenced' by you.

  • The ‘Location report’ - shows when a vehicle enters or exits any number of chosen known points.

  • The ‘Speed report’ - illustrates every time a vehicle exceeds a configurable chosen speed.

  • The ‘Idling report’ - lists places/times when the vehicle was stopped with the ignition still on.

  • The ‘Summary report’ - summarizes all vehicles with an overview of activity between configurable dates/times.

  • For added convenience reports can be viewed on screen or printed and known points can be added easily which appear on all reports.

For more information on GPS tracking please contact Brad Clarke:

Mobile: 043 752 1100

Phone: (02) 6642 1100     Facsimile: +61 2 6643 4310



GPS News Articles

GPS Beats Radar Gun - July 2nd 2007 (source)

A MAN has escaped a speeding fine by producing a GPS readout of his vehicle's movements showing he was travelling 21km/h slower than police claimed.

Remarkably, it's the second time in a year Brett Pownceby has beaten traffic authorities.

Last July, the Cororooke farmer forced CityLink to cancel a $11.97 fine after he pointed out his rusty, derelict old tractor could not have been the vehicle snapped on its tollway.

This time the 47-year-old battled a policeman who said a radar gun last month caught him doing 121km/h in a 100km/h zone near Warncoort.

Mr Pownceby was issued with a ticket alleging he did 119km/h.

To fight the charge, Mr Pownceby downloaded data from the global positioning system satellite tracking device on his dashboard and took it to Corio police.

Faced with that, police withdrew the ticket.

However police have since said that this was an error, and the ticket should not have been withdrawn.

They said other motorists should not expect to escape speeding fines by producing satellite tracking records.

However things could change after a Sydney court threw out a speeding case when a man produced a GPS readout of his car's movements.

Mr Pownceby said: "It's annoying. All I want is for them to get it right.

"If I didn't have a GPS sitting on my dash, I'd have been gone."

Mr Pownceby's readout showed his speed, the distance he had covered, and his exact location in snapshots recorded every few seconds.

He said he was travelling at 100km/h when booked by police on May 12 on the Princes Highway near Nanny Brown's Hill at Warncoort.

Opposition transport spokesman Terry Mulder said Mr Pownceby's experience cast doubt on the accuracy of police radar guns.

He said if Mr Pownceby hadn't been able to produce the GPS data, he would have had to pay a $215 fine and cop three demerit points.

"How many innocent motorists who lack onboard GPS units have been wrongly fined by Steve Bracks and Bob Cameron's dodgy police radar guns?" he asked.

Mr Mulder called on the Government to investigate the incident and ensure all hand-held radar guns were correctly calibrated.

Mr Cameron's spokesman, Alex Twomey, said Victoria Police had told him the officer should not have withdrawn the ticket.

Victoria Police spokeswoman Natalie Webster said the ticket had been based on a legitimate radar detection, and that the police officer who withdrew the ticket several days later had "incorrectly considered it to be competing evidence".

She said the ticket should have been reviewed by the traffic camera office.

Ms Webster said the traffic camera office did not record why tickets were withdrawn, so she could not say how many tickets had been withdrawn as a result of GPS readouts.

"The production of a GPS report alone to avoid any speeding infringement is insufficient, and any application as such will be rejected," she said.

"In the absence of other corroborative evidence, the TCO would proceed with the speeding infringement."

Mr Pownceby said the GPS and software cost about $470.

"I'd recommend it for anyone doing a fair bit of travelling," he said.

The use of satellite tracking systems is booming, and companies advertise their products as a way of disputing police fines.

Hire car companies in the United States are also using them to check speeding by their customers.

In Victoria, the Transport Accident Commission is testing the use of GPS in heavy vehicles as a way of limiting speeding by truckies.

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