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Tack One’s new GPS-enabled device offers precise location tracking for individuals and assets, with particular use cases in disaster management and patient monitoring
January 11, 2024
Tack One, a Singapore-based global location intelligence company, unveiled its new GPS solution at CES 2024, heralded by the company as a “revolutionary” global tracker for everyday consumer needs.
Tack GPS Plus leverages AI, smart power management and IoT networks to provide enhanced tracking services for outdoor and indoor environments. The company said it can be used in commercial and ‘at-scale’ applications, including disaster management and patient monitoring.
“Location intelligence and data is now recognized widely as a key driver for post-pandemic rebuilding strategies and economic recovery,” the company said in a statement. “The global location intelligence market was estimated at $16 billion in 2022, and is forecasted to grow to $51 billion by 2030,
“There is increasing demand to apply the technology in the areas of caregiving of patients with chronic conditions such as Alzheimer’s disease, personal and family security, protection against loss of assets and even disaster prevention.”
Tack GPS Plus also includes the Indoor Elevation Finder feature, which uses sensors to locate missing individuals or items in multi-story buildings, providing their vertical distance from the sensors along with geographical coordinates, reducing search time in high-rise environments.
At CES, Tack One is also unveiling its mobile app OurSphere, which individuals can use to keep track of multiple Tack devices. The app is slated for commercial launch by mid-January.
“We are thrilled to introduce Tack GPS Plus and OurSphere at CES 2024,” said Justin Zhang, Tack One’s CEO. “Tack GPS Plus’ indoor elevation tracking capability offers a wide variety of use applications that were previously thought impossible.
“Our technologies set a new standard in how our community protects our loved ones and how we connect and relate to each other.”
Assistant Editor, IoT World Today
Scarlett Evans is the assistant editor for IoT World Today, with a particular focus on robotics and smart city technologies. Scarlett has previous experience in minerals and resources with Mine Australia, Mine Technology and Power Technology. She joined Informa in April 2022.
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