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Experts in Tracking

Looking for a GPRS or CDMA vehicle tracking solution? Try TeamTrack on the Left of the screen.

Radioactive Networks are experts in tracking - with events as diverse as the Sydney 2000 Olympics and 2002 Ironman World Championships (working with Lateral Linking) Some of the other work that we have done is described in the CONSULT area on the left hand side of this page. You may also like to investigate APRS.


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UI-View is one of the products that we suggest for many users, running the APRS system. However not all clients are the same. There are certainly cases where the it is not appropriate to use UI-VIEW and APRS. We would be happy to discuss the various options with you so that we can come up with a solution together. We have expertese not only in 2-way radio based tracking systems, but also in GPRS based on the GSM telephone network.

No matter what you need to track, Radioactive Networks has the answer. From Yachts to Motorcycles, helicopters to cars we can provide you with tracking to suit your needs. And with experience in the back end technology as well as the presentation of the data to the user or customer we are your one stop shop

Product Roadmap

Radioactive Networks provides a large number of products and services. As consultant engineers, our focus is on services, but we also provide some products in partership with selected suppliers.

If you are interested in tracking vehicles over an existing radio network I would suggest you investigate the TinyTrak which provides an interface between the GPS and the radio. Radioactive Networks have used these units in many critical events without issue. Our AntiTracker allows users to use a cheap scanner to monitor transmissions and display them directly onto a GPS receiver (Subject to encryption).

If you do not have an existing radio network, using the Telstra GPRS network will probably be the most cost effective mode of operation. Using our GPRS GroupTrack product you can track a large number of vehicles from the comfort of your office. If your personel need to see where the other members of their team are in real time on a moving map, we have the TeamTrak product. TeamTrak is a unique concept from Radioactive Networks and gives many of the features of a radio network to GPRS users.

We have a number of software products available. OziAPRS is a product that we have written to plug into the mapping capabilities of OziExplorer turning it into a full GIS tracking system. OziAPRS is compatible with the APRS protocols for sending positions over the air. We can any other formats to the software if required, and have done this for some of our clients

Radioactive Trakworks

Radioactive Networks have formed a joint venture company - Radioactive Trakworks to concentrate on applications of GPS tracking. Brochure

Radioactive Networks can provide almost any solution that you could come up with. Some of these solutions are provided in our brochure.

Who is Radioactive Networks?

Radioactive Networks is a consulting company with extensive experience in mobile tracking technologies. We have used these technologies successully in events as diverse as the Olympics, the IronMan World Championships in Hawaii to a technology demonstration in Hollywood, Ca. Our unique catalog of Hardware and Software allow us to provide an economical solution to almost any business need.

Based in Sydney, Australia, Radioactive Networks have the experience needed to complete even the most demanding mobile tracking projects.

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