Triden Sensors Spotlight TRIG

Press Release
Wednesday, November 21, 2012
TRIG: Image credit Trident Sensors

TRIG, Trident's Iridium GPS Extreme Responder, provides GPS tracking & data communication solutions via Iridium.

This easily portable device provides:

  • GPS tracking & alerts via Iridium.
  • Green, amber & red alert status.
  • Visual acknowledgement of red alerts.
  • User defined reporting intervals.
  • Rugged & waterproof to IP68.
  • Bluetooth version available for two-way SMS & data communications via Iridium.
  • End-to-end service or hardware only


TRIG is suitable for: personnel & lone workers, vessel monitoring (VMS), lifeboat tracking (SAR), helicopter tracking, oceanography, M2M communications, as well as for buoys and drifters.

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