‘Smallest ever’ tracking device released

Motorbike owners could benefit from a super-small GPS tracker which can be armed or disarmed with a key fob.

TariffMan has announced the release of the Velo, which the firm says is the smallest-ever tracker of its type.

It even features a remote microphone system, meaning bike riders can listen in on what is happening near their machine from distance if they become suspicious.

A TariffMan statement read: “The Velo can also be armed and disarmed by way of a key fob, making it perfect for tracking motorbikes along with the more traditional assets.”

Manufactured by a third party but provided with a GPRS sim card tariff by TariffMan, the system also includes a panic button meaning it can be worn as a safety device.

Other features which could impress motorcycle insurance holders include a hard-wire or battery power option and an active GPS receiver allowing for faster and more accurate positioning.

GPS systems work by sending and receiving signals to a network of satellites to measure distances and pinpoint a device’s location on the earth.ADNFCR-1036-ID-18585736-ADNFCR