TRACKER Works Alongside Manchester Police To Recover Mercedes Worth £42 000 Wednesday 15 April 2015 PDF Print TRACKER WORKS ALONGSIDE MANCHESTER POLICE TO RECOVER MERCEDES WORTH £42,000 Unique combination of GSM, VHF and GPS Technology Closed the Net www.TRACKER.co.uk TRACKER (part of the Tantalum Corporation), the leading stolen vehicle recovery (SVR) provider, recently played a key role in helping Manchester Police recover a stolen Mercedes A45 AMG. Valued at £42,000, the vehicle was reported missing by a neighbour, who saw the burglary take place at the owner’s house in Broadheath. Luckily, the car was fitted with a tracking device and the silent signal emitted led police to the stolen vehicle. The Mercedes A45 AMG’s big price tag made it a key target for the thieves, who also stole a Rolex watch and other valuables when they broke into the owner’s home. Fortunately, once the tracking device on the vehicle was activated, police received a signal via TRACKER’s Mesh Network, and they were able to locate the vehicle whilst it was still on the move in Manchester. The Mesh Network takes advantage of vehicles fitted with TRACKER SVR devices, which in essence ‘listen’ out for reported stolen vehicles that have a TRACKER device fitted. This brings drivers together to create a UK wide network of ‘listening vehicles’ which can help pinpoint the location of a stolen vehicle fitted with TRACKER. Both drivers are totally unaware that the stolen vehicle has been identified by TRACKER’s Mesh Network. “Our close working relationship with the UK police forces means we are able to close the net on thieves who target high value vehicles,” explains Adrian Davenport, Police Liaison Manager for TRACKER. “Our unique combination of GSM, VHF and GPS technology means we can help police locate vehicles, even if they are hidden underground, in a garage or a shipping container. “Although a tracking device won’t stop a car being stolen, it does increase the chances of police recovering and returning the vehicle to its owner. With thieves targeting high value vehicles, by getting around in-built security systems and finding new ways to hide them, TRACKER’s technology offers car owners a greater level of protection than any of its competitors and helps police tackle car theft head on.” Mark Diamond, Tactical Vehicle Intercept Unit at Greater Manchester Police, adds, “Luckily for the owner of this Mercedes the vehicle had a tracking device fitted, as many owners may not realise the importance of having one installed. This was crucial in helping us locate and recover the vehicle. We’ve seen an increase in the number of high value cars being stolen, as criminals find clever ways to hide them. However, TRACKER’s technology helps officers on the ground launch a quick response to a signal, helping us locate vehicles and make arrests.” Please click on the link and feel free to use the image: TRACKER works alongside Manchester police to recover Mercedes END April 2015 For TRACKER product and pricing information please visit www.TRACKER.co.uk Or follow us on Twitter http://twitter.com/TRACKER_UK Notes to Editors • TRACKER, part of the Tantalum Corporation, has been leading the way in the field of vehicle tracking and telematics since 1993. With over a million market leading security and award winning fleet management systems fitted to vehicles including passenger cars, motorcycles, HGV’s, LCV’s and plant and construction equipment, TRACKER is still leading the way. • TRACKER with the police has to date recovered over £490 million worth of stolen vehicles and continues to recover on average £1 million worth of stolen vehicles each month. • With over a million systems installed to date, its award-winning products ensure its customers have complete peace of mind. • Tantalum Corporation is one of Europe’s top ‘connected vehicle’ companies addressing some 500,000 vehicles. • Tantalum's products have the capability to analyse real time data from over 270 data points within a vehicle, with patented algorithms. The company has established B2B relationships with fleets, insurers, auto manufacturers, Tier 1 customers and the UK police force. For further press information please contact Hannah Talbot, Justine Hoadley, Clare Watson or Cecile Stearn at HSL, Churcham House, 1 Bridgeman Road, Teddington, Middlesex TW11 9AJ. Telephone: 020 8977 9132. Email: firstname.lastname@example.org This press release was distributed by ResponseSource Press Release Wire on behalf of Harrison Sadler in the following categories: Motoring, Computing & Telecoms, Transport & Logistics, for more information visit http://pressreleasewire.responsesource.com/about.