GPS / Telematics

HawkEye 5300 Dual-Mode Tracking and Communication Device

Blue Sky Network

January 25, 2011 - Products

LA JOLLA, CA -  Blue Sky Network, a global provider of GPS tracking and communication solutions for land, sea, and aviation assets, on Jan. 25 introduced the HawkEye 5300, a dual-mode tracking device leveraging both GSM and Iridium satellite capabilities. The HawkEye 5300 offers two-way real-time communication that automatically and seamlessly switches between Iridium and quad-band GSM networks. This provides land fleet operators with lower monthly tracking costs while delivering 100 percent global visibility and safety.

Leveraging the reliable Iridium satellite network, the HawkEye 5300 provides uninterrupted tracking even in the most remote regions. It also offers instant notification of vehicle operation after-hours or in unsafe zones, and remote Internet-based fleet monitoring. Blue Sky Network's relationship with GSM service providers ensures cost effective fleet tracking and communications anywhere GSM services are available.

The HawkEye 5300 is part of Blue Sky Network's new series of next-generation real-time vehicle tracking and monitoring solutions that are designed to provide more than just GPS location. All HawkEye series devices have an optional LCD touch-screen display, which provides complete two-way text communication with the device anywhere in the world. The HawkEye 5200 offers Iridium-only connectivity and is targeted for vehicles that regularly require anywhere, anytime fleet tracking.

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