SEATTLE, Aug. 05, 2015 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- GeoTraq, Inc. (OTC:GTRQ), a development stage company focused on developing next-generation wireless location technology, announced the successful testing of the G-200 Cell-ID Module in both lab and real world testing. Although the initial Cell-ID module design was completed three months ago, a capable and reliable manufacture had to be located. Multiple electronic manufacturing facilities in China were engaged over the past few months to manufacture test modules. Due the complexity of the design, it was difficult to locate a facility that could deliver a satisfactory module.
“Although it took longer than expected, we finally located a company in China capable of manufacturing millions of modules with the quality and reliability we require,” said Gregg Sullivan, CEO of GeoTraq. "This is a huge step towards bringing our Cell-ID module to market."
The G-200 GSM Quad-Band Cell-ID module is the world’s first Cell-ID module and it is also the world’s smallest integrated cellular module. This proprietary cellular module will allow manufactures to design extremely small location products that can operate over long periods of time without recharging. They can also be located almost anywhere in the world where cellular service exists.
GeoTraq Inc. is a technology provider established to manufacture and sell cellular transceiver modules and associated services specifically enabled by Cell-ID with all its inherent advantages over GPS and RFID to provide solutions for the tracking, asset recovery and location based industries. For further information please visit the Company's website at www.geotraq.com.
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