Consisting of just one piece of equipment, ExacuTrack One incorporates multiple location technologies (Autonomous GPS, Assisted GPS, and AFLT) for optimal GPS tracking in various cellular coverage areas and conditions. While the client is away from home, ExacuTrack One can collect location data as frequently as once every 15 seconds, giving agencies detailed information about a client’s movement in the community. Depending on zone status, the unit relays the collected data to the central monitoring computer as frequently as once per minute; for example, when a client enters an exclusion zone. Other key features of ExacuTrack One include:
- Multiple forms of tamper monitoring including a fiber optic strap, motion detection, and case tamper.
- A one-year field replaceable battery which will operate for a minimum of 20 hours before requiring a charge. A radio frequency (RF) link in the form of an in-home beacon.
- Client communication through pre-defined and recorded voice messages which also require offender acknowledgement.
- LEDs and audible alarms indicate GPS coverage, beacon range, and battery status.