Rocky Mountain Tracking Raises Bar with Ghost Rider GPS Tracker Device

Thu, 02/17/2011 - 5:35am
FORT COLLINS, Colo., /PRNewswire/ -- Colorado-based Rocky Mountain Tracking, Inc. has just announced the release of its Ghost Rider GPS tracking device complete with RMT's web-based software. The compact Ghost Rider GPS tracker is ideal for elderly, teen, and other personal tracking uses.

The real-time Ghost Rider GPS tracker features a rechargeable internal lithium-ion battery (A/C wall charger included), internal antenna, and up to five days of continuous tracking. This device is also one of the smallest tracking devices on the GPS market (measuring 4-inches long and 2.5-inches wide).

The Ghost Rider GPS tracker is so small that even Rocky Mountain Tracking President, Brad Borst, is "...amazed at the compact size and reliability" of the device. Virtually indestructible and easy to slip into any pocket, bag, or attach to any object, the Ghost Rider tracker raises the personal GPS tracking bar.

In addition to its compact size, this device is completely wireless making it ideal for all types of asset tracking. Equipped with Rocky Mountain Tracking's exclusive NavIQ web-based software, the Ghost Rider can be tracked from any PC within ten seconds flat. RMT's Ghost Rider has already generated a buzz from the company's current clients. Based upon this "...pre-launch sales..." RMT has "high expectations" for the Ghost Rider device. The palm-sized Ghost Rider Personal Tracker is currently available on the Rocky Mountain Tracking website.


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