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Tracking device for large shipping centers runs Linux

Oct 31, 2005 — by LinuxDevices Staff — from the LinuxDevices Archive — views

Homeland Integrated Security Systems (HISS) has used embedded Linux to build a device aimed at tracking trucks at large shipping centers such as marine ports, among other applications. The Cyber Tracker integrates several cutting-edge features, including encrypted cellular networking, push-to-talk communications, GPS, and RFID, and is based on an Intel XScale processor running Linux, with Java-based application software.

Learn all about it in our complete device profile:

Device Profile: HISS Cyber Tracker GPS tracking unit

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