Loss Prevention Results Inc., Fastracs GPS and Camlock have recently announced a partnership that will allow operators to track their vehicles and driver keys with GPS on the internet providing operating efficiencies and deterring vending theft. The GPS/Locking Key Ring System consists of two sub-systems, a corebox in the truck and a palbox on the Camlock locking key ring. When the locking key ring bundle is inside the vehicle, the corebox tracks the vehicle and the keys, providing solid key security and full fleet management service benefits via the Internet. When the bundle leaves the vehicle, but remains within close range (120 to 300 feet), the palbox on the keys maintains a secure wireless connection to the corebox. When the bundle moves out of range of the corebox, the palbox records and stores the date, time, location and movement information of the bundle. The corebox continues to track the vehicle.
Once the bundle comes back within range of the corebox, the information from the palbox is uploaded to the corebox, and then transmitted to secure servers on the Internet. If someone tries to cut or breach the key ring, the corebox will send an alert to the server which produces an email alert. An alert is also produced if the palbox battery charge is low.
With more and more companies realizing the need to prevent theft, the GPS/Locking Key Ring System has a number of benefits:
- Low Cost of Ownership
- Small Portable Device
- Extended Battery Life
- User Friendly Recharging of the Palbox
- Dual ROI from Loss Prevention (keys) and Fleet Management (trucks)
- Detecting and deterring all the rungs on the Vending Theft Ladder
For more information contact: Gary Silverman at FASTRACS at 636-368-5472 or email@example.com.