Trackit247 are back on the road next week and this time we are looking to provide live GPS tracking for farming machinery and vehicles when we will be attending the first exhibition of the year in Peterborough at Lamma 2015.
We are attending the Lamma show for the first time on Wednesday 21st – Thursday 22nd January and this will be the largest exhibition that we have ever attended with last years attendance over 40,000 visitors we are hoping to see similar numbers again this year.
We will be able to offer live GPS tracking for machinery of different models and types with our motion alerts and zones now even easier to setup on our new android app it will make tracking these expensive vehicles much easier and cost affective. We will also be showing off some of our other new GPS tracking devices along with our new security products.
If you are in the Peterborough area on these dates the show is free to enter and you are more than welcome to come and visit us in the indoor Hall 4 at stand 425 and see some of our new products on view.
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All of the team are looking forward to the show and would love to see some of our current customers and hopefully meet some people that will become new Trackit247 customers over the two days. If you make it to the show please make sure you come and say hello.
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