Satelinx says it is in negotiations to expand into China to provide satellite vehicle tracking units that integrates GSM/GPS/GPRS wireless technologies and the Internet to deliver wireless tracking and location services.
"We hope to be installed fully in China by the first quarter of 2007, the market in China is expanding quickly, vehicle sales to the public sector have reached record numbers and with that comes the increasing problem of auto theft, We expect tremendous sales in the private sector as well as in the commercial sector. China should prove to be a major success for Satelinx" said Sam Grinfeld, Board Chairman of Satelinx.
With the economy in China growing and the expansion internally for the use of electronics and vehicles, Satelinx says its monitoring and fleet management products are needed.
From buses and taxis to police and military, Satelinx have the GPS products to equip, monitor and train in several industries how to better manage their assets.