Data Burst Offers Low-Cost Tracking Through Any Laptop

November 8, 2004

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Carry a laptop in your truck?

Does it have a wireless network card for a major cellular service provider -- Cingular, T-Mobile, Verizon, Sprint, Nextel?
Then your truck can be tracked on the Internet. Drivers can even see their progress on laptop screens as they go.
Data Burst Technologies Woodland Park, Colo. has introduced iTRAKpc, a version of its patented iTRAKT vehicle tracking system that plugs into a PC or laptop. The iTRAKpc includes a GPS positioning antenna and connects to your PC through a serial or USB port. Software uses your PC's wireless connection to forward GPS position information to the NavView mapping web site. You can be tracked remotely on from any PC using a standard web brower.
According to Data Burst, a single iTRAKpc lists for $349 with discounts for volume purchases. The system is available through resellers who might offer a lower street price.
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