GNSS and GPS asset tracking has become a staple in improving efficiency for a range of industries. Logistics and cold-chain use the technology to track the location of packages and distinguish whether they have been kept in optimal temperatures. On the other hand, construction companies use GPS tracking to monitor their high-value equipment, keep track of who is using it and have an added layer of security.
Low-power GPS asset tracking represents a specialised aspect of the technology, ensuring remote assets can be reliably tracked without the risk of running out of power. They offer a balance of connectivity and efficiency, providing reliable visibility for a range of businesses. A vital aspect of low-power GPS asset trackers is the antenna solution, and understanding their features is vital in finding the right one.
In our latest guide, we explore the features and applications of low-power GPS asset trackers, and distinguish why the choice of antenna solution is the most important aspect of their design. Download below.