Delta Wave Launches dTrac

Monday, March 15, 2010

Delta Wave Communications, Inc. announced their new web based dTrac asset tracking solution. dTrac supports a variety of  satellite communications technologies for global asset tracking requirements. dTrac allows  assets and personnel to be tracked and managed through one login, or user defined groups, from any internet-connected PC or smart phone.

Customers may track assets using their existing Inmarsat and Iridium satellite terminals, or any of Delta Wave's line of tracking products.  End users are given more direct control over mapping options, such as grouping of assets and geo-fencing, which reduces support costs. Most recently, dTrac has become compatible with the NAL Research Iridium Shout Product, which offers two-way messaging, with emergency e-mail alert features, and is the only truly global personal tracking device on the market.  Delta Wave also offers dTrac as a co-branded site (www.dtrac.us), and offers custom solutions for clients who have unique requirements.

(www.deltawavecomm.com)

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