Mimiq Chooses The Helium Network to Launch World’s Thinnest Tracker at CES 2023
Mimiq, Inc is announcing today the launch of their new product, Mimiq Track, at CES as part of their latest product line to operate on the Helium Network, the world’s fastest-growing wireless network.
With Helium compatibility, Mimiq Track uses the network’s LoRaWAN global network to give owners real-time location tracking and push notifications of their possessions at home or on the go.
Founded in 2018, Mimiq was created in response to the dearth of reliable, worldwide tracking devices available on the market. Mimiq is paving the future of portable fifth-generation IoT products for consumers and businesses worldwide. Their latest product, Mimiq Track, will debut at CES and is the world’s thinnest location tracker.
Working with the Helium Network, Mimiq is reimagining the future of portable safety and secure tracking while bringing peace of mind and accuracy to the market.
“Mimiq is defining 5th Generation IoT and changing the game of how things interact with people,” said Noyan Berker, Co-Founder & CEO of Mimiq, Inc. “Our products and solutions are designed to actively connect our customers to what matters most to them, serving as a secure, trusted addition to their daily routines.”
The credit-card-sized Mimiq Track allows users to protect, locate, and keep real-time tabs on their possessions with the power of the expansive Helium Network. Like past Mimiq product offerings, such as the Mimiq Go and FinestraMiner, a Helium-compatible Hotspot, the Mimiq Track comes equipped with three months of battery life, LoRaWAN connectivity, and the ability to pinpoint approximately 20,000 locations on a single charge.
Scott Sigel, Chief Operating Officer of the Helium Foundation, said:
“Mimiq Track is a fantastic solution for securing physical items. Their innovative system gives users peace of mind with on-the-go solutions that keep tabs on what matters most.”
“By leveraging the Helium Network, Mimiq can feel confident that their portable security devices are able to provide protection for valuables around the world and stand as an important testament to the value and utility of a global, decentralized LoRaWAN network.”
Utilized for a wide range of needs, including personal safety, fleet management, delivery tracking, or livestock monitoring, the Mimiq Track’s purpose-built cloud is easily integrated to work across a wide range of rural and urban environments. To provide exact location tagging, the Mimiq Track is designed to efficiently process nearby Wi-Fi hotspots and GNSS satellite signals from space in addition to the blanket coverage of the Helium Network.
“When it comes to a new generation tracker, we know that even folks who aren’t tech-savvy are familiar with terms like ‘pairing’ or understand what a Bluetooth range is thanks to its prevalence in the world today,” said Serdar Settop, Co-Founder & CTO of Mimiq. “Track is for the People – And I’m confident that our community will find themselves more connected to what’s most valuable to them while using our products – Hello world. I am connected.”
With more than four years of LoRaWAN development under their belt, Mimiq allows users to stay connected in even the most remote locations. In partnership with the Helium Network, the Mimiq Track enables consumers and businesses to stay connected and apprised of the real-time statuses of their personal and commercial possessions at any given moment.
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