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SOURCE WTS – Wonder Technology Solutions
Smart device & App provide indoor & outdoor tracking in over 30 countries
STOCKHOLM, October 22, 2013 /PRNewswire/ --
Wonder Technology Solutions (WTS), a Swedish-based technology startup, has launched Trax: GPS Tracker for Children & Pets, a brilliant new smart device and application that lets users locate their children and pets at anytime and from anywhere. Trax combines advanced GPS and sensor fusion technology to provide indoor navigation capabilities and more precise, real-time outdoor tracking.
Designed for smartphones, mobile devices, and computer, Trax enables parents and pet owners to stay connected with loved ones at playgrounds, malls, schools, amusement parks, walking trails, and just about any other place. Trax is fitted with a durable and waterproof silicone case that withstands drops, laundry machines, water, mud, snow and other environmental factors. It also includes smart technology that sends push alerts when a child or pet leaves a designated area, the battery is low or the device is dropped or exceeds a pre-determined speed.
"We developed Trax GPS tracker because parents and pet owners need an easier-to-use and smaller device to stay close to loved ones. The development of indoor navigation makes Trax particularly unique and useful," said Fredrik Danelius, Co-Founder & CEO of WTS.
The Trax GPS tracker can be located through a free App that features real-time tracking, safe zones, and augmented reality. The App also allows for unlimited and time-scheduled safe zones. For example, one safe zone can be activated while a child is at school and a different zone when a child is at a park. The App also gives others access to Trax GPS tracker during a specific period of time, for example when a dog is with a dog walker or when a child is with a nanny.
Pricing and Availability
WTS is partnering with Telenor Connexion to bring the Trax GPS tracker to over 30 countries in 2013, with additional countries in 2014. Through October, Trax: GPS Tracker for Children & Pets will be available at pre-order pricing of US$219, which includes two years of data, free roaming in over 30 countries, and free international shipping.
Trax GPS trackers will ship in November, and the Trax App will be available in the App Store and Google Play. Apps for Windows Phone and tablets are in development.
After launch Trax will be sold under the name SkyTrax in the United States and distributed by Skytech Security Services.
WTS - Wonder Technology Solutions is a Stockholm-based startup founded in 2012. WTS is committed to improving the lives of people by providing products and services that are reliable, fun, intuitive, and smart. WTS seeks to revolutionize location-based services through smart technology and innovative design. Its first product, Trax: GPS Tracker for Children & Pets, will launch worldwide in 2013. For more information, please visit http://www.trax4you.com.
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