Radio Systems > Tracking

Minetec wins BHP Olympic Dam contract

22 May, 2018 by Jonathan Nally

Minetec has been awarded a contract to supply a fleet management system for BHP's Olympic Dam mine, including proximity detection and tracking.


ToooAir TA-300 fixed mount mobile radio

01 November, 2017

The ToooAir TA-300 fixed mount mobile operates on the NextG 850 MHz Telstra network and ToooAir controlling platform.


Anti-theft tech deployed at WA building sites

08 December, 2016

In order to prevent theft from building sites and display homes, Secure2Go has partnered up with some of Western Australia's largest building companies.


Radio spectrum for global flight tracking

12 November, 2015

A radiofrequency spectrum has been allocated to global flight tracking — an important item on the WRC-15 agenda prompted by the disappearance of flight MH370.


Radar to benefit from delays

10 April, 2013

Phased-array radar systems are replacing the familiar rotating dish and new time delay technology aims to make them smaller and cheaper.


ICS Industries Will-Burt Hurry-Up mast

14 February, 2013

ICS Industries has added to the Will-Burt range of pneumatic and mechanical telescopic masts.


Trimble Navigation TM3000 asset-tracking device

17 July, 2011 by

Trimble Navigation has completed the integration of the Cinterion EU3-P WCDMA modem within its TM3000 asset-tracking device.


Fastrax UC430 GPS antenna module

21 June, 2011

The Fastrax UC430 with integrated chip antenna is a complete miniature positioning engine for handheld digital devices.


Getting signals across to train drivers

26 May, 2010 by

Operating railways safely has been of paramount importance since the earliest days of steam locomotion. How to ensure that a driver can not only see but act on a signal aspect has always been top of the list of requirements. Now radio is providing a means of reducing human failure as this story of US experiences shows.


RF device 'sniffs' out illegal phones

26 February, 2010

Berkeley Varitronics Systems has released a handheld mobile phone detector fittingly called the Bloodhound that enables security officers to scan real time for unauthorised mobile phone activity in correctional facilities and detect the precise location of the caller using a direction-finding antenna.


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