Lower costs and longer battery life
Ranger’s low price and extra-long battery life guarantee lower lifecycle costs for asset tracking and fleet management. In addition to lower costs, the Ranger also offers another huge advantage over GPS tracking systems: it is suitable for tracking indoors, which means that the device can assist with warehouse inventory and instrument tracking. Also, the device fits in the palm of your hand which makes it easy to fasten in all size items.
– Many tracking devices are impractical, either because of their large size, huge power consumption or poor durability. Ranger tackles all these problems of different tracking techniques and offers a whole new set of versatility. The same device can now track the location of devices in hospitals or the progress of large containers at sea, says Markku Patronen, one of the founders of Connected Finland.
The Ranger is designed with easy attachment to a variety of surface materials and it can be installed in a convenient location, either with screws or cable ties, as needed. The ranger also has high IP rating (IP68), which means, among other things, that the device is completely dust-proof and can withstand submersion in water without damaging the device. Therefore, Ranger is suitable for all types of tracking, from tracking trolleys to bigger cargo.
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