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June 4, 2014 - Used to track and remotely monitor assets, GT0 features omnidirectional antenna that allows placement in almost any orientation. RFID and GPS technology enable location and identification, while QR coding allows for mobile scanning of product information. With expected battery life of 5–7 years, this IP67 (weatherproof) device measures 2.91 x 2.65 x 1.10 in. as standard or 3.85 x 2.89 x 1.10 in. with optional metal bezel for added protection.

Geoforce

750 Canyon Dr., Coppell, TX, 75019, USA

Original Press Release

Geoforce Releases the World's Smallest Industrial GPS Tracking Device

Press release date: May 27, 2014

DALLAS – Geoforce, Inc., an international provider of asset management solutions for the oil and gas industry, announced today the widespread commercial availability of the GT0, the world's smallest industrial GPS asset tracking device. The device is designed to track and remotely monitor assets too challenging for other GPS devices.

"Geoforce is constantly trying to gauge what our customers will need next," said James MacLean III, Geoforce's President and CEO. "What we've been hearing out there is this: smaller, easier and whenever possible - more affordable. We've purpose-built this device to try and meet those needs without dropping the quality-level our customers deserve."

The GT0 has a powerful omni-directional antenna allowing for placement in almost any orientation on an asset. The tracking device is engineered with RFID and GPS technology for location and identification, as well as unique QR coding for mobile scanning of product information.  Its compact size allows the tag to fit on equipment where previous larger and bulkier asset tracking devices could not be implemented.  It is an IP67 device (weatherproof) and has an optional metal bezel for added protection. With an expected five to seven year battery life, the GT0 is the world's first truly simple-to-deploy "slap and track" device.

Over 300 companies currently use Geoforce's award winning solutions to manage over 100,000 assets across six continents. The GT0 was previously offered in limited release to several service and rental companies beginning in January of this year.

For more information on the GT0 go to http://www.geoforce.com/Tracking-Devices/GT0-Compact-Asset-Tracker

About Geoforce, Inc.

Geoforce's equipment "track and trace" and asset utilization solutions are built for the unique requirements of the oil and gas industry. The company provides operational support services in all of the key North American Shale basins, the Gulf of Mexico, and numerous international producing regions.  Geoforce has deployments on six continents with over 300 companies.   Its customers include many of the international super major operating companies, most of the major international oilfield services companies, as well as hundreds of mid-size and regionally-focused O&G operators, service providers, and equipment rental companies.

Geoforce's intuitive, reliable and scalable solutions - developed through extensive oil and gas industry experience - include: efficient asset location and retrieval, rental invoice auditing, service delivery verification, inspection compliance, equipment maintenance alerts, and a host of others.  Many O&G companies consider Geoforce to be a key operating partner, due to the depth of its industry focused solutions, which has resulted in Geoforce having the largest satellite asset tracking deployment in the oilfield.

Geoforce is headquartered near Dallas/Fort Worth international airport, with research and development offices in Bozeman, Montana.  Geoforce do Brasil is located in Macae, Brazil. Geoforce Australia is located in Perth, Australia.

Media contact:
Chelsea Nivens
972.546.4176
cnivens@geoforce.com

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