Two-piece active GPS tracking :: BI ExacuTrack®AT
BI ExacuTrack AT combines active GPS tracking and proven radio-frequency technology in one system.
A complete system, detailed results
Despite the complexity of GPS tracking, ExacuTrack AT was designed to be user-friendly for busy officers. ExacuTrack AT includes an ankle-mounted transmitter; a lightweight, tamper-resistant portable GPS tracking unit which can be clipped to a belt or purse; a base station at home; and a secure Web interface. Officers directly access and manage offender details 24/7/365 via a secure web portal.
Flexible system saves money, makes sense
The offender wears the GPS tracking unit when away from home and docks the GPS tracking unit in a base station when home. Then, ExacuTrack AT becomes a home electronic monitoring system with variable distance ranges. ExacuTrack can also be set up in "Active" or "On Demand" tracking modes. On Demand mode allows for periodic GPS downloads, from four- to 24-hour intervals, a cost-saving feature that allows your agency to choose how much data it needs. Active mode includes GPS data transfers as frequently as every minute.
Installation is easy
To install ExacuTrack AT, the officer simply fits the transmitter on the client's ankle and plugs the base station into a standard home wall outlet. The officer specifies zone types, sets a date range, selects maps to be used, and outlines the client's schedule within the intuitive monitoring software. Set-up takes minutes.
Maps that pinpoint
Offender schedules are customizable within the software and include "exclusion" or "inclusion" zones - locations for which a person is not allowed to enter, or specific areas in which the person must always remain. ExacuTrack AT's maps can be drawn in any shape and offer incredible bird's eye views of local communities through Microsoft® MapPoint® and Bing™ Maps for Enterprise.
Live or pre-set text messages
With ExacuTrack AT, officers can transmit text messages to the individual at any time, and receive acknowledgements that the client has received the message.