GPS Bin Tracking Solutions
Track and monitor unpowered bins of all shapes and sizes, onsite or in transit with real-time GPS bin tracking devices.
GPS Bin Tracking Features
High Precision GPS
GPS and GLONASS positioning systems are used simultaneously with a 72 channel high sensitivity receiver (-167dBm) for enhanced accuracy and faster fixes.
Long Battery Life
Battery-life up to 10 years with built-in battery life management for monitoring use and remaining life predictions.
Rugged & Weatherproof
IP67 rated housing ensures devices can withstand fine dust, high-pressure spray, submersion for 30 minutes in 1m of water, and extreme temperatures.
Periodic or Movement-Based
Receive location updates regularly throughout the day or only when movement occurs with smart adaptive tracking technology.
Stationary devices enter sleep mode, switching the update rate to only once per day until movement occurs to conserve battery life and optimize data usage.
Configure impact-detection alerts when g-forces are exceeded by a user-defined threshold.
Create custom geofences and alerts if an asset enters or leaves specific locations.
Multiple installation options for covertly securing devices to bins with screws, bolts, cable ties, rivets, and more.
Configure device parameters such as heartbeat rate, movement and accelerometer settings, and more to fit any tracking application.
Cellular (2G, 4G LTE-M / NB-IoT), LoRaWAN®, Sigfox and Bluetooth® Tracking Solutions.
Experienced support engineers for hardware, software, configuration, and integration guidance.
Meet the Oyster2
The Oyster2 is an ultra-rugged, long-life battery-powered GPS tracking device with up to 7 years battery life for long-term asset tracking, theft recovery, and more.
– Weatherproof and ultra-rugged IP67 Nylon Glass Housing with compact and ergonomic design
– Powered by 3 x AA Batteries with up to 7 years battery life
– Built-in Battery Meter for remote Battery Life Monitoring and Remaining Life Predictions
GPS Bin Tracking Devices
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