Asset GPS Tracking System

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Gain complete asset visibility and control and maximize asset utilization

Combine the power of the Fleet.Net cloud platform with our industry leading Piccolo family of battery powered GPS asset trackers, solar powered GPS asset trackers and LoRa GPS Trackers, providing real-time visibility over your assets, inventory control, geofence boundary alerts on enter and exit, alerts on unauthorized movement and comprehensive reports such as routes, inventory, battery and in/out reports. Optional sensors such as temperature sensors can be added for temperature control. 


We Offer The Industry's Most Complete Family of GPS Asset Tracking Hardware Solutions To Meet Your Needs

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solar powered gps tracker

Access your asset inventory in real-time and achieve peace of mind by always knowing the location of your assets, even in remote areas.

With our industry leading hardware solutions, easily track powered and unpowered assets and heavy equipment. 

Identify under-utilized assets with our 360° reports and eliminate manual check-ins and yard hunts.  

Our Comprehensive asset tracking GPS system is Ideal For:

container tracking


Track shipping containers, reefer containers, intermodal and more with our family of long life battery powered GPS asset tracking devices for non powered assets.

trailer tracking


Track your trailers and reefers with our long life hybrid dual mode trailer tracking device providing real-time and historical location data, receive real time geofence alerts, monitor temperature and more.

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Heavy Equipment

Track generators, forklifts, light towers and more with our family of plug & play asset tracking devices for high value equipment allowing you to improve asset utilization and visibility across job sites while providing theft protection for your heavy equipment.

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‘tag and track’ onsite tools such as toolboxes, drills, ladders and more with our mini IoT Tags giving you complete visibility over your high value tools, reducing theft, generating instant inventory reports and knowing their last known location.

pallet tracking


Track high value pallets as they move throughout your supply chain.

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Asset Tracking Solutions
How It Works

Our GPS asset tracking system combines a cloud-based
GPS asset tracking software with GPS asset tracking devices- See how it works below


Gain Asset Visibility & Control ​

View, monitor and track in real-time the location of every asset within your fleet and quickly see your entire asset inventory.

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Reefer Tracking system geofence boundary

Ensure Asset and Cargo Security

Avoid theft by setting up a geofence boundary radius and even a boundary within a boundary and receive alerts upon exit/entrance of boundary, on door open and close and on sudden vibrations.

Reports, Reports, Reports

Generate a wide range of asset inventory management reports, including geofence, inventory, movement, real-time and historical location data, and much more.

A Complete GPS Asset Tracking System

Incorporate IoT temperature sensors to monitor the temperature, time, and location of refrigerated shipping containers, reefer containers, and refrigerated cargoes. This can significantly reduce the risk of cargo loss and asset damage.

LoRa IoT Asset Tracking

Get essential data directly at your fingertips by reading from various sensors, including location, temperature and humidity, pressure and more, powered by our advanced LoRa devices. Monitor in real-time and address potential crises immediately.

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What Sets Wireless Links Asset Trackers Apart?

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Proven Expertise & Innovation

With over hundreds of thousands of devices deployed across 120+ countries over 20 years, Wireless Links is trusted by industry leaders to power their operations

Global Connectivity

We offer a complete range of battery-powered and wired GPS asset tracking devices with global Cellular connectivity powered by CATM1/NB1 networks with 2G Fallback and LoRa solutions. 

Plug & Play Integration

For integrators, seamlessly integrate our devices into any third-party application using UDP, TCP/IP, or through REST APIs.

Device Management Utilities

We offer a complete suite of utilities to easily control, diagnose and manage your devices and easily update devices remotely OTA or via SMS.

Industry Leading Support

Beyond our innovative products, what sets us apart is our product reliability and exceptional customer support. But don’t just take our word for it!

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Asset Tracking Solutions- FAQ

A GPS asset tracker is a battery powered device that uses Global Positioning System (GPS) technology to determine and track the precise location of an asset in real-time. These trackers are attached to valuable assets such as vehicles, machinery, or equipment to track their location and movements. 

Monitoring assets by GPS involves attaching a GPS asset tracking device to the asset. The device used GPS technology to determine the exact location of the asset. This location data is then transmitted via cellular to a central server. Users can access this information through a web-based interface or mobile app, allowing them to monitor the asset’s every move- location, movement, and status in real-time.

The best way to track physical assets depends on the specific needs and circumstances of the organization. However, GPS asset trackers combined with a comprehensive asset management software solution are generally considered highly effective. This combination allows for real-time location tracking, historical data analysis, geofencing (setting up virtual boundaries), and alerts for unauthorized movements or anomalies.

The cost of asset trackers varies widely based on factors such as the type of tracker, features, battery life, etc. Basic GPS asset trackers can start at around $50 to $100, while more advanced models with additional features like long battery life, solar charging, IoT sensors and more can cost several hundred dollars. Additionally, asset trackers carry a monthly or annual subscription fees for the tracking software and data transmission services.

To keep track of all assets, organizations can use a combination of GPS asset trackers and other tracking technologies for smaller assets such as IoT Tags, LoRa powered sensors and powerful asset management software. The software can integrate data from multiple trackers, providing a centralized platform to monitor the location, status, and movement of all assets. Features such as automated alerts, detailed reporting, and integration with other systems (e.g., ERP or maintenance management software) help streamline asset tracking and management.

Assets are traced using GPS trackers that continuously transmit their location data to a central server. This data is then processed and displayed on a software platform, allowing users to view the current location and movement history of the asset. Additional technologies like RFID (Radio Frequency Identification) and IoT (Internet of Things) sensors can be used to enhance asset tracking by providing more detailed information and real-time updates.

Managing inventory focuses on tracking the quantity and status of goods or products within a storage facility or supply chain. It involves monitoring stock levels, managing reorder points, and ensuring the availability of products for sale or use. Typically hardware used for asset tracking can also be used for inventory management. 

Asset tracking, on the other hand, focuses on monitoring the location, usage, and maintenance status of physical assets such as equipment, vehicles, and tools. The primary goal is to ensure the efficient use, security, and longevity of these assets.

Internet of Things (IoT) asset tracking technology monitors and manage assets. IoT-enabled trackers are equipped with sensors and connectivity modules that collect and transmit data over the internet. These trackers can provide real-time information on an asset’s location, condition (e.g., temperature, humidity), and usage. The data is sent to a cloud-based platform where it can be analyzed and accessed by users through dashboards, reports, and alerts.

The simplest way to track inventory is by using RFID technologies (passive or active), barcode system or QR code system combined with inventory management software. Each item is either tracked via an RFID chip, labeled with a unique barcode or QR code, which can be scanned using a handheld scanner or a smartphone. The scanned data is automatically updated in the inventory management system, providing real-time visibility into stock levels, locations, and movements.

Asset tracking is beneficial for a wide range of industries and organizations, including:

  1. Logistics and Transportation: To monitor the location and status of vehicles, assets and shipments.
  2. Construction: To keep track of heavy machinery, tools, and equipment.
  3. Healthcare: To manage medical devices, equipment, and critical supplies.
  4. Manufacturing: To monitor production equipment and raw materials.
  5. Retail: To ensure the security and proper utilization of inventory and fixtures.
  6. Utilities and Energy: To track infrastructure, tools, and vehicles.
  7. Government and Public Services: For managing public assets, fleet vehicles, and equipment.

Asset tracking greatly improves operational efficiency, reduce losses, enhance security, and ensure regulatory compliance.

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