SPYR new GeoTraq division eases logistics and generates ROI with mobile IoT asset management

The Woodlands, United States. 04 August, 2022 – SPYR, Inc., a diversified technology company developing products leveraging the Internet of Things (IoT) for consumer use and large-scale applications and industries, is pleased to announce its wholly owned subsidiary GeoTraq has now completed a full suite of mobile IoT asset management tools that it believes can create significant return on investment (RO) for enterprise customers in most every industry vertical.

GeoTraq’s ultra small tracker simply allows customers to deploy what it believes are the smartest, most connected technological accounting and monitoring devices within the IoT, scalable due to a proprietary blend of affordability, compatibility and efficiency offered under the GeoTraq label.

Lost assets cost money, and lots of it. In addition, asset loss is also costly in terms of time, labor, and even creditability.  Invariably, the problem crosses all sectors, from overseas medical device manufacturers to national and local furniture retailers which lose upwards of [$5 million (€4.92 million)] annually during overland shipments. Reports indicate that the industry is on its way to 267 million active RFID and by 2027 covering industrial automation, logistics, supply chain, agriculture, construction, mining and related markets.

With its recent refinement and completion of its state-of-the-art product line, GeoTraq firmly believes it offers the most robust suite of mobile IoT modules for asset tracking that go virtually anywhere, track almost anything and eliminate some of the most significant barriers to deployment.

Vehicles, parts, boxes, pallets, people, equipment, furniture, etc, and GeoTraq mobile IoT modules can now be tracked globally and affordably. GeoTraq’s penny-sized tracker-modules can report location data as well as sensor information using NB-IoT and LTE-M technology anywhere there is cellular coverage.

“GeoTraq is now well-positioned to drastically change the ways companies are viewing asset management,” states Pierre Parent, GeoTraq’s chief technology officer.  “As we significantly reduce the size and cost of our Tracker modules, the universe of assets that will be tracked grows simultaneously and exponentially.”

GeoTraq’s patented technology intelligently transmits small packets of data at scheduled times or for trigger-based events – such as your asset entering or leaving a geofence, or dangerous temperatures thresholds. Almost any type of sensor can be attached to our modules, bringing unparallelled flexibility to the implementation of asset tracking solutions. The global costs of lost assets are staggering – but an IoT asset tracking solution needn’t be. GeoTraq IoT modules for asset tracking power solutions you can rely on for security and speed, at a cost that can drive true ROI across the supply chain.

“Entirely new categories of assets will be tagged that are lower in value and size and we are already working with companies on disposable tracking tags that will be discarded along with the packaging and wrappers,” adds Parent. “Frankly, this level of scalable, easily integrated system is revolutionary.”

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