Pakistan’s First Personal Tracking Solution launched by TPL Trakker today

IMG_9348 (2048x1365)Karachi: August 26, 2015 TPL Trakker, a venture of TPL Holdings, has announced the launch of its first personal tracking product ‘Personal Trakking (PT)’ powered by Imhere, across Pakistan – which is a range of personal monitoring devices designed to assist you with tracking updates of your loved ones, your network or as an individual, in case of an emergency.

PT is the smartest Personal Trakking device available in Pakistan. It can fit in a pocket, bag or be used as a keychain, making it not only easy to wear but also discreet to operate.

A smart locator, built-in with an Emergency Alert: SOS button and real-time location updates using maps, gives peace of mind knowing where your loved ones are. Users can set up Safe Zones; generating alerts to know if anyone has entered or left a specific area as well as get Speed alerts ensuring your cars / drivers are not over speeding with those you care for most.

Speaking to the media at the launch press conference for PT, Mr. Ali Jameel, CEO, TPL Trakker Ltd stated that “TPL is extremely excited to bring PT into the lives of the people of Pakistan for the first time– with this state-of-the-art product in your life, you can be assured of your loved one’s track and your work force’s competency.”

“PT covers dozens of applications keeping our users and their needs in mind, and TPL’s new upcoming products will broaden consumer demand even further.” Mr. Jameel further added.

Commenting on the new solution, Mr. Jameel Yusuf, Chairman, TPL Trakker Ltd said: “Everyone should be able to live their lives feeling safe with no exceptions. Those equipped with TPL’s PT device will have the peace of mind that is every human’s basic right.

PT products are supplied as a complete package with an accompanying Mobile App, SIM card and full user training. It is ideal for everyone – families, business networks, individuals!

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