Meitrack releases the newest palm-sized 3G personal GPS tracker, the P99G. This expands the number of personal trackers for Meitrack. It will be available for pre-order samples in late July 2017.
The P99G has a rugged sturdy housing making it water resistant (IP67 rating), dustproof, shockproof and durable. It can withstand being submerged in water for up to 30 minutes in a 1-meter depth. It will come with Wifi GPS location and various charging options. After it flows into the market, we predict it will be one of the most popular units among sports lovers, adventure seekers and workers (miners, construction workers, electricians, etc). The P99G is ideal for various outdoor activities, such as hiking, camping, fishing trips, snowboarding, rock climbing, kayaking, etc.
Meitrack GPS tracker company review
Meitrack is an experienced GPS tracking system provider and manufacturer which has been in the industry for over 12 years and counting. Meitrack provides software solutions for those looking to start a GPS tracking business, and hardware solutions to meet the needs of it’s customers worldvide.
Meitrack’s software is cloud based and upon using it for several weeks, it seems to be pretty straightforward to use it for managing a fleet of vehicles. While it’s easy to do basic locating and historical referencing on the Meitrack platform, it can be a bit difficult to navigate the menus to pull up more detailed information on vehicle usage and fuel consumption. While not a deal breaking issue, keep in mind that this will take some additional time to master.
Meitrack GPS trackers
As far as hardware support goes, Meitrack manufactures their own devices and has quite a few different options which are suitable for tracking almost anything imaginable. When tracking a mixed fleet of vehicles, assets, containers, etc… it’s extremely valuable to have lots of option for tracking your assets. By using devices that are specifically built for monitoring a certain type of asset, it allows you to collect much more actionable data about it’s usage than trying to use one device type to track and manage everything.