AtlasTrax provides equipment and services to track your location for your family peace of mind.
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SeaTrax IITracking and safety solution specially designed for boaters
Thanks to its motion sensors, comparative GPS positions and unique Transmit On Movement algorithm, the SeaTrax II permits to send messages only when your boat is moving.
The SeaTrax II can be line-powered (operating on external power) or in the absence, interruption or failure of line-power, the SeaTrax II will automatically switch to battery back-up to ensure transmissions continue.
Daily reports and Transmit on Movement (TOM) are forwarded to your email or cell phone and are also visible on the AtlasTrax MHS (Message Handling System).
Audible Alarm PackageScare off unwanted intruders with this alarm package
For those seeking additional protection from unwanted intruders. The alarm package can be used as a standalone alarm system, or combined with the SeaTrax II tracking device.
The alarm package is a series of devices that gives an audible and visual form of alarm signal in the event that an unwanted intruder boards your boat.
Available in the package are door hatch sensors, canvas snap sensors, pressure mat sensors, dock cable sensors, a 110 decibel siren and a strobe light. These are controlled centrally from an alarm control box which can be activated and disabled with the use of a key fob.
“I have owned your AtlasTrax unit for approximately one month. … I love the way it gives me a daily location of the boats overlaid on Google maps. The service provided to me by your company has been outstanding. The unit operates exactly as advertised and I think that virtually every boater will own one in the future.”
“Have had [the AtlasTrax] unit and service for more than two years now. Very happy that we have the peace of mind to know where our boat and family are at all times! We even get a friendly email every night from our boat with the location and status of the battery on the AtlasTrax. Customer service is also top notch!”
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