Universal Scientific Industrial (Shanghai) Co Ltd (USI) has launched its real-time GPS asset tracker, UT-1, which is powered by IoT technology and integrates multiple features, such as precise positioning, low power consumption, diversity sensors, and controllable costs.
In addition to smart logistics, the GPS tracker is also being widely implemented in the smart city and industries, USI said in a statement.
The technology firm said that its GPS asset tracker features integrated microprocessors, bluetooth, and GPS capabilities.
“UT-1 is designed with the temperature, humidity, light, air pressure, and accelerometer sensors, combined, high-efficiency antennas, power management, and robust mechanical structure. The durability assures it can be operated under extreme weather conditions, allowing the seamless data transmitted back from each GPS tracker to the customer’s cloud to improve logistics efficiency and asset management,” the statement said.
As a global leader in system-in-package (SiP), USI said it specializes in designing wireless communication products based on its rich design experience, especially in the hardware, software, RF, acoustic integration, industrial design, and quality validation, and manufacturing.
Bordin Lin, product manager of USI Integrated Mobility Solutions, said: “Regarding our advanced capabilities in design and manufacturing, we offer GPS asset tracking solution to help enterprises make optimal and precise decisions by the insights from real-time logistics dynamics.”
USI is engaged in electronic design and manufacturing as well as in the field of SiP (System-in-Package) modules. USI provides D(MS)2 product services: design, manufacturing, miniaturization, industrial software and hardware solutions, and material procurement, logistics and maintenance services.
With Asteelflash, USI has 27 sales, production and service locations across Asia, Europe, Americas and Africa, and offers products in the sectors of wireless communication, computer and storage, consumer, industrial, medical and automotive electronics.