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Specialists in real time GPS/GSM Wildlife Tracking. CellTrax Collars and Solar FLite Tags.

 

Livestock

Agri options 225g, 400g and 686g including harness.

Birds

Flite tags start at 40g.

Wildlife

CellTraX options 155g, 195g, 400g and 686g including harness.

Rhinos

RhinoTraX at 65g.

How our GPS/GSM Units work in 3 simple steps.

 
Click here for live tracking of Vultures in Turkey. Username: GPScollars Password: Skorpa

1. Unit collect GPS Data

2. Every 24hrs data transmitted via cellphone to our servers

3. View data on a PC/iMac, laptop/MacBook or Smart Phone

Mortality, Temperature, GeoFence and 3D Head Up/Down are available.
Your own GSM ground station for use in areas where no mobile phone signal present.

Operational life for collars and FLite:

Collar Type
Battery
15min GPS
24hr GSM
1hr GPS
24hr GSM
2hr GPS
24hr GSM
Any GPS
7 day GSM
1200g Elephant
36 Ah
36 months
48 months
56 months
 +50% longer life
686g Collar
17.6 Ah
18 months
24 months
28 months
+50% longer life
400g Collar
8.8 Ah
18 months
12 months
14 months
+50% longer life
225g Collar
4.4 Ah
N/A
6 months
7 months
+50% longer life
155g Collar
4.4 Ah
N/A
6 months
7 months
+50% longer life
40g & 55g FLite
Solar
1 hr GPS, 24 hr GSM. Indefinite life as long as adequate solar gain

Pricing includes the cost of the tracking device and the cost of server
infrastructure used to store and display the location data.  

Cellular costs charged monthly or annually depending on usage.

Click for live tracking of Vultures in Turkey. Username: GPScollars Password: Skorpa

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What our customers say about us

Forestry Commission Logo

Project: Upland Grazing Project
Lead: Andrew Jarrot, Galloway Forest District.
Email:Andrew.Jarrott@forestry.gsi.gov.uk
Details: Both AgTraX (600g) collars have worked really well through 2015 and the information revealed may make us re-consider the management of the grazing project. For further details regarding this project contact Andrew Jarrot on the email above.

Pitcastle Estate

Project: Moose management
Lead: Donnie Broad
Email: donnie.broad@pitcastle.com
Details: For management purposes, it was essential that the daily movement of the moose was recorded. WIldTraX (600g) collars provided daily updates and during crucial time periods, data was updated on an hourly basis.

 

Forestry Commission Logo

Project: Upland Grazing Project
Lead: Kenneth Knott, Lochaber Forest District
Email: Kenneth.Knott@forestry.gsi.gov.uk
Project: Five AgTraX (400g) collars have been deployed on cattle for over 12 months on the west coast of Scotland. Daily and hourly updated have been provided to assist in a grazing management project.


University of Nebraska at Kearney Logo

Project: Swift Fox and Road Accidents
Lead: Marc Albrecht, University of Nebraska, at Kearney
Email: albrechtm@unk.edu
Project: Study of the interaction between swift fox and highways in Nebraska. Data collected at 15 minute intervals and stored on board for remote download.

Swift Fox

Aberystwyth Uni Logo

Project: Upland sheep grazing patterns
Lead: Kenton Hart, Aberystwyth University
Email: keh11@aber.ac.uk
Project: Grazing behaviour of sheep and grazing pattern in upland environments. AgTraX 400g collars used.



Cheviot sheep

Anadolu University Logo

Project: Tracking of Egyptian Vultures in Turkey
Lead: Elif Yamac, Anadolu University.
Email: eerdogdu@anadolu.edu.tr
Project: Tracking of young vultures to determine ranging pattern across Turkey and beyond. 40g Flite tag used on fledgling vultures.



Eygyptian Vulture

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