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Suivez vos enfants et vos animaux domestiques grâce à TRAX, le nouveau traceur GPS intelligent
Date:11/26/2013

leurs êtres chers. Le développement du système de navigation en intérieur rend Trax particulièrement unique et utile », a déclaré Fredrik Danelius, cofondateur et PDG de WTS.

L'application

Le traceur GPS Trax peut être localisé à l'aide d'une application gratuite qui propose un suivi en temps réel, une prise en charge des zones sécurisées et des fonctionnalités de réalité augmentée. L'application permet également de définir un nombre illimité de zones sécurisées en fonction de l'heure. Par exemple, une zone sécurisée peut être activée pendant qu'un enfant est à l'école, tandis qu'une zone différente le sera quand ce même enfant se trouvera dans un parc. L'application permet également à d'autres personnes d'accéder au traceur GPS Trax pendant une période spécifique, par exemple pendant qu'un chien se promène avec quelqu'un ou qu'un enfant est en compagnie de sa nourrice.

Tarifs et disponibilité

WTS a conclu un partenariat avec Telenor Connexion pour distribuer le traceur GPS Trax dans plus de 30 pays en 2013, notamment au Royaume-Uni, en France, en Allemagne, en Espagne, au Benelux et dans les pays nordiques. Le système Trax sera lancé dans d'autres pays en 2014. Trax est disponible au tarif de 199 €, ce qui comprend deux années de transmission de données et d'itinérance gratuites dans plus de 30 pays. Les clients effectuant leur achat sur Internet depuis certains pays européens peuvent également opter pour une formule d'abonnement d'un montant mensuel de 6,49 € pour deux ans, sans frais initiaux.

Les traceurs GPS Trax seront disponibles en décembre et l'application Trax sera téléchargeable sur l
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