The FBI reports cargo theft as “A Growing, Multi-Billion Dollor Problem”.  For the US government the issue is multi-faceted and goes beyond the monetary losses.  Hazardous material such as nuclear and radiological materials are transported via trucks and containers on a daily basis.  Military weapons and equipment falling into the wrong hands can have far reaching national security implications.  Securing staged supplies for national and state emergencies by government agencies is critical to effective response to those emergencies.  Robust physical security, access control measures, real time tamper alert notifications, and redundant communications channels can provide effective layers of security over conventional methods.

The TrakLok System, consisting of the GeoLok locking device and the TrakLog web portal, is designed to address the security and tracking needs for sensitive in-transit government cargo.

The robust GeoLok locking device serves as a deterrent and provides sufficient stand-off time to protect in-transit cargo from theft as well as pilferage.  Installation of the GeoLok is straight forward, does not require a key or tools, and takes less than 20 seconds.  The keyless system eliminates key custody issues.  Access control is maintained by using location and time based access codes.  Access codes can be modified anytime over the air based on changing security needs.  A world-wide communications system, including backup satellite, provides continued communication in remote areas without cellular access across the globe.

The TrakLog web portal is used for tracking and configuration of defensive measures such as GeoFences, access codes, communications requirements, and incident alert notifications.  The TrakLok System records all relevant access and attempted tampering events while in-transit.  Real time event notifications can be sent via text and email to appropriate personnel.  The TrakLog web portal is a single access point for monitoring the progress and status of your in-transit cargo.  Optionally an API is available for quick integration into existing cargo monitoring systems.

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