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WorldTracker GPRS and Hibernating Battery Pack Bolster Law Enforcement Resources

Burlingame, CA-TrackingTheWorld's World Tracker GPRS and optional hibernating battery pack provide multiple and cost-effective options for law enforcement departments faced with mounting crime levels, over-extended officers, and lacking budgets.

Hailed as a "personal spy satellite" by GPS Magazine, the WorldTracker GPRS is sleek and discreet making it ideal for law enforcement applications including covert tracking.  The WorldTracker can be used as a stand-alone device or paired with TrackingTheWorld's hibernating battery pack, which allows the WorldTracker to operate unattended for up to 90 days.  "This combination of equipment is especially cost effective for law enforcement departments covertly monitoring vehicles or shipments of retail goods.  It saves thousands of man hours, and gives officers the flexibility and time they need to respond to other calls," said Gilbert Waltz, CEO of TrackingTheWorld, Inc.

The hibernating battery pack is comprised of a weatherproof, crush-proof Pelican™ case, dual layers of Lithium Ion batteries, and a motion sensor, which powers up the device when movement is sensed.  After 5 minutes of inactivity, the battery pack automatically enters hibernation mode.  The magnetic pack is easily concealed on vehicles or heavy equipment, and measures only 5.43 inches long.

As a stand-alone unit, the WorldTracker GPRS provides benefits for law enforcement departments including officer safety, and fleet management.  The palm-sized WorldTracker can be placed in duty vehicles to monitor each officer's location at any time, as well as provide highly-detailed information regarding mileage, and response times.  "This tracker offers unprecedented versatility for law enforcement officials," said Waltz.

TrackingTheWorld's cutting-edge GPS tracking software integrates with satellite mapping provides such as Google Earth to provide vivid real-time tracking at the street level.  Law enforcement departments may also choose additional programming features such as customized mapping, automated alerts via email or cell phone, and geofences.

TrackingTheWorld, Inc. is a global leader in the development of cutting-edge GPS tracking systems and software.  The firm is located in Burlingame, California.  For more information, please visit www.trackingtheworld.com or call 650-692-8100.