ORBCOMM's powerful, rugged and cost-effective IoT devices track, monitor and control assets in the most remote areas of the world with complete global coverage across multiple satellite and cellular networks.
GT 1100 (Cellular and Dual-Mode)
Designed specifically for trailer tracking, ORBCOMM’s solar-powered GT 1100 has a small form factor that makes it easy to install on trailers and intermodal containers to provide complete asset visibility, improve operations and lower the cost of doing business—all without the hassle of frequent battery changes.
IDP-782 (Cellular and Dual-Mode)
The fully programmable IDP-782 is available as cellular-only or as an integrated dual-mode device combining cellular network coverage and the two-way IsatData Pro satellite service. It enables fleet managers to locate and remotely manage vehicles and communicate with drivers traveling in and out of remote areas.
The IDP-690 is designed for maritime applications including tracking vessels and buoys and communicating with sea personnel. Send location data, reports, text messages, e-logs and more to and from marine vessels over the reliable IsatData Pro satellite service. Also included as part of the ORBCOMM VMS Kit.
Hali (Class B AIS)
Created for small craft fleet owners and operators, maritime authorities, and enforcement agencies, Hali combines terrestrial AIS, satellite AIS and satellite M2M technology into one affordable and reliable Class B AIS device for vessel location, maritime safety and environmental compliance.
GT 700 (Satellite)
The low-cost, low-profile GT 700 is a self-contained, reliable intrusion detection and tracking solution for the transportation, oil and gas and other industrial markets. Utilizing one-way satellite communications, the GT 700 supports a security cable that can be used to wrap around container locking bars.
Choose the IDP-680 for near real-time remote asset management, security and two-way communication via satellite. The IDP series of satellite devices offers customers a quick and smart way to connect people with fixed and mobile assets in the most remote areas of the world.