FoxTrax To Display New Asset Tracker Devices at the Government Fleet Expo in Denver on June 19-20

FoxTrax will display three new Asset Tracker Devices at the Government Fleet Expo in Denver, June 19-20, 2012. The new Spider AT models are ideal for mobile work forces and high value mobile assets that help managers save time, money and fuel costs.
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June 12, 2012 - PRLog -- The FoxTrax team will be in Denver, Colorado on June 18-20, showcasing GPS tracking devices at the Government Fleet Expo & Conference. FoxTrax’s sales and distribution representatives will demonstrate it’s new GPS Trackers, answer questions, and provide information about the devices’ hardware and software.

Transportation and logistics professionals around the country trust FoxTrax’s GPS Trackers to provide real-time tracking updates, provide historical route tracking data, dispatching tools, and time management reports.  “Our mission is to help our customers dramatically increase efficiency and improve customer service with affordable and high-quality tracking”, says Patrick Brannan, President of FoxTrax.

FoxTrax GPS Equipment Trackers are ideally suited for trailers, tractors, generators, heavy equipment, construction equipment, dumpsters and recycling bins. Operations managers save time and money by utilizing and tracking the efficient use of company vehicles by eliminating mileage reports, saving money on fuel and maintenance, and by tracking mileage and unauthorized trips.  The new Asset Tracker devices come installed with an extended battery life of up to three years in a rugged, water and dust resistant case that is easy to install. These new models are:

The new Spider AT 3000 model comes with a battery life of more than 2 years with once daily reporting. For those who need more frequent reporting the unit can be configure with a 2-hour reporting interval.

The new Spider AT 3010 model has a battery life of up to 700 updates, minimum 5-minute reporting interval, and a dynamic geo-fence or motion reporting limiting unnecessary reports.

The new Spider AT 4000 model has a battery life of up to 400 updates, 5-minute reporting interval with a dynamic geo-fence or motion reporting limiting unnecessary reports. The device is wired directly to the vehicle’s electrical system and uses the internal battery only in the event of external power loss.

FoxTrax representatives will bring all GPS and Asset Tracker devices for GFX attendees to evaluate.  Stop by booth #612 for a product demonstration.

See products online at

To schedule a one-on-one appointment with a FoxTrax representative during the event, send an email to

About The Government Fleet Expo & Conference
The 2012 Government Fleet Expo and Conference (GFX) is the public fleet manager’s conference. Fleet managers discuss their concerns and solutions, discover innovative products targeted to their specific needs, learn and network with peers. The conference includes keynote speeches by John Amatt and Bob Stanton, director of fleet management at Hillsborough County, FL.  15 educational sessions are designed to help fleet managers excel at their jobs. To learn more, please visit

About FoxTrax
Headquartered in St. Louis, MO, FoxTrax provides a variety of GPS tracking devices for organizations needing to track mobile assets to ensure their safety and efficiency. FoxTrax features battery powered Asset Trackers, GPS Fleet Trackers and battery powered Portable Trackers. For more information on FoxTrax’s line of GPS tracking devices, visit
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