Homeland Integrated Security Systems Presents Cyber Tracker

Thursday, December 15, 2005
Homeland Integrated Security Systems' Cyber Tracker is a portable detection device designed to provide real-time GPS tracking of vehicles, people or other mobile or movable objects. It features "Push to Talk" ability and an extended battery life and is suited for consumer retail, school systems, ports, fleet management, the military, and public safety. The Cyber Tracker is designed to be easily integrated into existing security arrangements at ports. Through live field testing at the Georgia Ports Authority Garden City Terminal in Savannah, the system has been proven successful in tracking and pin-pointing the movements of multiple vehicles every day.
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