Automatrics Horsebox Tracking Systems
lead the world when it comes to the recovery of stolen horsebox's, the theft of a horsebox can be a constant worry representing an easy target for organised crime. Covert self-powered horsebox tracking devices are more suitable as they cannot be scanned. Automatrics MTrack horsebox trackers can when required provide up to 5 years battery life and have illegal motion or out of area detection which make the Automatrics MTrack theft recovery horsebox tracker the perfect system for horsebox security.
We protect some of the worlds most valuable assets and have a prolific 98% recovery record since 2008.
Using preventative measures such as CCTV and parking in perceived safe storage sites makes sense but nothing will stop a determined thief. The ultimate security protection can only be achieved through fitment of the Automatrics MTrack horsebox tracking device, providing the best chance of recovery.
When all else fails fitting our approved horsebox tracker will provide a 98 % recovery opportunity. Automatrics have been securing horsebox's with our Thatcham certification Insurance trackers for over 10 years. The Automatrics MTrack covert and wireless self-powered horsebox tracking device achieves sector leading recovery performance, significantly higher than any other self-powered or wired GPS horsebox tracker.
Our horsebox tracking devices are perfect for horsebox security having strong robust IP67 casing, and being small and portable gives maximum flexibility.
Stolen horsebox's are often hidden from the sky where GPS tracking devices on their own are simply not good enough, our Stolen Vehicle Recovery (SVR) horsebox tracking system utilise multi-layer GPS, GSM and RF location technology to recover stolen horsebox's hidden in the most challenging of environments, such as inside lock-ups
Horsebox tracker systems require this higher Automatrics MTrack tracker functionality to ensure your caravan remains safe and we keep the criminals guessing !
by Richard Taylor Automatrics LimitedApril 30, 2016