Trackimo unveils IoT enabled emergency LED flashlight at GITEX 2021

By Amirtha P S, Desk Reporter
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Ms. Natalie from Trackimo at the booth at GITEX 2021.

Trackimo, one of the leading IoT (Internet of Things) solution providers in the world, has brought out a one-of-a-kind V16 emergency LED flashlight for vehicles that will alert their surroundings when in distress, during the GITEX 2021.

The LED flashlight is a simple and convenient safety solution for both emergencies and daily use. The device intends to be a highly useful tool for all vehicle-related emergencies on the road. The product gives good visibility, both during the day and at night. 

The emergency LED flashlight which combines Trackimo’s IoT technology magnetically attaches to the roof of the vehicle allowing the driver to notify those in their neighborhood that the vehicle is in distress, without stepping out onto the busy road. Furthermore, the waterproof and dustproof signal provides a 360-degree vision of up to one kilometer.

In Image: Trackimo’s IoT technology-enabled V16 emergency LED Flashlight for vehicles. | Image Courtesy: Trackimo

“As per reports, each year, 1.35 million lose their lives on roadways around the world. Every day, almost 3,700 people are killed globally in crashes involving cars, buses, motorcycles, or trucks. Crash injuries are estimated to be the eighth leading cause of death globally for all age groups and the leading cause of death for children and young people 5–29 years of age,” said Mr. Amit Shaked, Chief Operating Officer, Trackimo.

“Spain has already introduced the V16 LED emergency lights by law and will eventually replace the traditional fluorescent triangles that require drivers to leave their vehicles in order to set up. We hope to see other governments across the globe adopting this new safety feature for all its citizens and residents,” stated Mr. Amit.

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Shai Bar-Lavi
CEO – Trackimo

“Trackimo provides an added layer of protection by incorporating its technology with features like direct communication to first-responders, real-time location tracking, customized safe zones and alerts when vehicles enter or leave them, speed monitoring, analytical data and driver behavior insights. Safety and peace-of-mind for our clients is what guides our efforts and if our technology is able to protect even one person from being unnecessarily harmed on the road – we’ve done our job.”

New York-based information technology and services provider Trackimo develops a leading cellular-based end-to-end IoT solution that enables people and businesses to stay connected to each other and to their belongings through real-time location tracking. With its cutting-edge technology, the company aids its customers to track people, pets, luggage, shipments, drones, motorcycles, boats, cars, or remote-controlled objects possible on a real-time basis.

Trackimo’s advanced proprietary technology is backed by its range of tracking devices that are equipped with a unique chipset supporting an all-in-one 2G/3G/4G/Cat-M1 (fallback) as well as Wi-Fi and BLE connection that can carry any SIM card. 

During the GITEX 2021, Trackimo is showcasing some of the world’s most unique tracking devices at Zabeel Hall 3. The company’s technology is trusted by the world’s leading companies and has initiated collaborations including the Vodafone Curve, a personal tracker that was launched in 2020. This product recently won the Glomo Award for Best Connected Consumer Device at MWC Barcelona; as well as the Vodafone Business Tag and Track mobile asset tracking service.

Hosted between October 17th and 21st of October at the Dubai World Trade Centre, GITEX Technology Week is an annual consumer computer and electronics trade show, exhibition, and conference. The event brings together buyers from the world’s largest tech buyers in the Middle East, North Africa, and Asia to test and collaborate with game-changing innovations from niche startups and global tech giants.

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