State-of-the-art Tracking Systems at CeBIT
But what attracts visitors the most is an ultra slim white patch type tracker, Model CP-100G. “This 40 x 30 x 17 mm tracker has a serious wow factor – a P2P solution,” explained CEO Cheon Young-sun of Cuman. “P2P solution stands for a person to person application, which means it does not require an operation center to report the location of a subject to the user. For instance, if an owner is using model CP-100G, the user can be remote controlled by SMS or TCP-IP. The location of the subject will be reported to a PDA or PC to notify the owners of search results. The P2P solution enables our product to be able to link to freeware Google map in PDA or PC. The software is free and there is no service charge for usage of the tracking service.”
Cuman has come to CeBIT with the hope of meeting local distributors who can commercialize his products in their local areas. “We want our tracker to be seen next to the pet food or in pet shops in local areas all around the world,” CEO Cheon added.
Other trackers are seen on the exhibition floors too, yet Cuman trackers are the smallest, lightest, and the most sophisticated solutions provided, which makes them highly compatible with user needs. The footsteps of distributors all across the world will protect children and pets who are the most likely recipients of this device, from being put into compromising situations.
How many guardian angels will deliver trackers in 2009? Such a hopeful question is asked at this CeBIT’s floor.