GPS tracking company Meitrack is offering the MT90, a GPS personal tracker for elderly, children, patients and lone workers. It can be hung around the neck or carried in a pocket or bag. The MT90 weights 65 grams and is 77 x 47 x 20 millimeters in size.
The MT90 can last 16 hours in normal mode and up to 60 hours in power-saving mode. It is waterproof to IP66 standards, and can handle 5% to 95% air humidity, which ensures it is reliable in the case of unexpected rain or accidents with small children.
MT90 is Meitrack’s first GPS tracker that works with SiRFStar IV GPS and quad band GSM 850/900/1800/1900 Mhz base station, facilitating bi-module positioning technology. Using this advanced technology, the MT90 can more accurately and precisely track its location.
Equipped with an SOS button, people using the MT90 tracking device are only one click away from calling the Rescue Service Center for help. In addition, the SOS button can be programmed to call multiple emergency numbers until one picks up. This device can facilitate two-way communication along with the option to listen-in, which can be helpful when discretely trying to locate a missing person.
The MT90 GPS tracker uses Meitrack’s protocol to track by SMS and GPRS. The MT90 has an built-in motion sensor, built-in battery, GPS blind area alarm, low-battery alarm and speeding alarm.