Meitrack Group will be attending CES 2015 in Las Vegas, Nevada, USA.
This show has been a great venue to attend for Meitrack over the years, and has brought a lot of new clients who have invested into the GPS technology. Attendees are introduced to brand new innovations that are usually released to the general public early in the year, making it a must to attend CES. People come from all around the world to see the up and coming technologies in electronics and has quickly become one of the most popular trade shows in the world. CES will be held January 6-9 2015, and all four days Meitrack Group representatives will be on hand to greet everyone and answer questions in relation to the company, the GPS trackers and other related projects.
Meitrack has new exciting upgrades for their trackers, which are some of the most sought out features clients are looking for. The MT90 (V4) or version 4, is one tracker that got a major lift when it comes to added features. Some of these features include a “man down alert” which can detect when the tracker has been involved in an impact, sending out a S.O.S. alert to an emergency number. Meitrack takes feedback from clients in regards to user experience very seriously and has put forth new developments in order to make end user a better experience.
There will also be the T333 vehicle tracker on display showcasing many of its innovative features. The T333 GPS vehicle tracker is designed to track vehicles using the 3G network, bringing better connections and faster speeds to communicate valuable information to the user. The new year brings innovations that Meitrack developers have been working throughout the year and expectations are that they will release new vehicle tracker models at CES 2015. The company feels that these features and new upgrades will have a big impact on the market and will surely be a big hit in 2015.
Booth space #1137 is where Meitrack Group will be located this year at the Las Vegas Convention Center, stop by to see the new features on these high quality GPS vehicle and personal trackers.