Trackimo, an American-Israeli IoT solution provider that develops the world’s most compact and cost-effective tracking devices looks to connect with UAE’s telecom operators during Gitex. Global mobile operators such as Verizon, Vodafone, Telefonica, among several others have already rolled-out Trackimo’s personal safety and asset tracking products to their customers. The most successful Trackimo consumer IoT product launched recently is the Vodafone Curve Tracker, which was recognized by the Financial Times as ‘the best tracker ever’. The company is also looking at establishing a strong relationship with Bahrain’s Batelco, the leading integrated communications provider in the Kingdom of Bahrain.
Trackimo was also the sponsor of the very first historic Israel-Dubai Conference held in UAE that featured senior Israeli executives and leading prominent companies and government officials from the UAE. Shai Bar-lavi, CEO, Trackimo, said, “We want to bring our global industry expertise to the UAE and Bahrain after having worked with some large mobile service provider in Europe, the US, and other parts of the world. For instance, Vodafone UK has expanded its consumer smart tech offering with the launch of smart GPS tracker, Curve. Basically, Curve allows users to stay connected to the people and things they love, sending them alerts and updates straight to their mobile from a distance.
Trackimo has confirmed its participation in GITEX Technology Week 2020 and will be present at booth Z2-B1 located in Zabeel Hall 2. The company specializes in making trackers that work seamlessly indoors and outdoors, worldwide. Trackimo’s smart GPS (Global Positioning System), GSM, Wi-Fi trackers are purposed for personal, professional, industrial, and commercial use.
“As the average person loses four items a month mainly keys, Curve could be valuable for those who want to keep track of regularly misplaced or valuable items – whether it’s laptop bags to cars, keys, and backpacks. With 41 billion smart devices predicted by 2027, and the Internet of Things (IoT) sector forecast to grow annually by trillions of dirhams, the launch of such product such tracking devices emphasizes a telecom operator continued innovation through the creation of smart devices and digital experiences, connected by its mobile network. We want to be part of this next phase of innovation and join forces with the telecom operators in UAE and Bahrain,” said Amit Shaked, Chief Operating Officer, Trackimo.
“We are delighted to be part of this first face-to-face show of the year and are looking forward to personally demonstrating our latest patented tracking capabilities to a variety of industries at the Gitex event in December,” added Shai. Hosted between December 6th and 10th at the Dubai World Trade Centre, GITEX Technology Week brings together buyers from the world’s largest tech buyers in the Middle East, North Africa, and Asia to test and collaborate with game-changing innovations from niche startups and global tech giants.
From monitoring the safety of loved ones to tracking expensive professional gear to industrial and commercial integrations, Trackimo addresses a broad spectrum of tracking and monitoring needs. Tracking people, pets, luggage, shipments, drones, motorcycles, boats, cars, or remote-controlled objects, and many other sectors can benefit from Trackimo’s seamless tracking technology.
Trackimo’s fleet management tracking solutions provide real-time asset monitoring and protection of high-value and remote assets, increasing accountability, efficiency, responsiveness, safety, and savings. On the B2C front, Trackimo keeps an eye on loved ones by alerting the guardian when the wearer leaves the safe zone/virtual fence or when the SOS button is pressed. With drones enduring high susceptibility to theft and non-recovery, Trackimo empowers drone owners to LIVE track their drone crafts with its lightweight trackers that do not come in the way of the drone’s performance.
“Gitex is a great platform for Trackimo to establish its footprint in the GCC and expand into other markets. Countries in this region have a very highly active commodities trade that highly depends on a fleet of trucks. Fleet operators can immensely benefit from GPS tracking devices to help reduce fuel costs and improve customer experience by decreasing response time through route optimization. Tracking devices further enable GCC fleet owners to reduce repair costs and increase profit margins,” concluded Shai.