Iraq Telco Develops new Tracking Device to Address Security Issues

Omnnea, an Iraq-based wireless, internet and data provider, has developed the hardware and software necessary for a dual mode GSM/CDMA Tracking Device to address security issues.

Omnnea is planning to offer the system to users by Q3 2012. The system is designed, developed and manufactured in Iraq.

It has routine vehicle tracking features to alert drivers and remote personnel of security hazards maliciously attached to the vehicle, fire arms alarms, and various other threats.

The system is designed to automatically work in conjunction with CDMA and GSM networks to give it the maximum possible coverage and reliability. It is the first hardware wireless system to be designed and manufactured in Iraq.

Leveraging Omnnea's GSM/CDMA dual mode tracking system, customers will have the ability to alert both drivers and security personnel, monitor and respond to unforeseen security related events, thereby maximizing safety, security efficiency, monitoring driver activities.

Omnnea said its native language mapping systems will allow for ease of use and accessibility among both Arabic and English speaking users.

Moreover, real time 24/7/365 monitoring will allow fleet owners, security details, or military users to exercise more precise control over their vehicles and more accurately assess the need for task specific security provisions.

"We integrated all resources available in Iraq to come up with a product that can take advantage of multiple networks, both CDMA and GSM, as well as respond to unforeseen security challenges in Iraq," said Faisal Fadul, CEO of Omnnea.

Omnnea's Dual mode GSM/CDMA system is designed to be employed by individual users, small businesses, corporate entities and government security agencies.

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