Control and Inspect your own TrakFlow nodes network. The TrakFlow Web Platform has been designed to support data-informed decisions in real-time. The platform delivers and stores data from TrakFlow nodes while surviving to network and hardware failures. Any detected issues within the network is easily and quickly provided to the user together with tips and suggestions on how to solve them.
TrackFlow Node is a battery powered LoRa emitter device designed to quickly and easily geo-reference any suitable target that it is attached to, such as vehicles, packages or other objects as the user sees fit. The tracker device is designed to be used as a non-stationary unit.
To successfully communicate with compatible Gateway devices (TrakFlow Gateway in the figure), this unit needs to be registered via the PakTrak Web application.
The Tracker device operates in two modes according to its current kinematic state: idle mode and motion mode. Whenever the device’s accelerometer senses movement, the device enters in motion mode and will broadcast its data packets (sensorial information and GPS coordinates) every 5 seconds. The idle mode is activated after the device stops moving and being at rest for 3 seconds. The data is then broadcasted at a rate of 60 minutes interval to save power. As soon as movement is detected or important events occur (e.g.: GPS signal acquirement), the device will enter in motion mode and resume the 5 second time interval for data broadcast.
Improved Outdoor Protection
Fast charging time
Low-power GPS for Geo-Referencing
USB port interface for battery charging
SMA female connector for external atenas
Inertial sensor for power saving mode
internal and external battery for improved power autonomy
Web Platform & App for improved operational awareness