Samsara IOT – Asset Tracker

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Samsara IOT – Asset Tracker

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Unpowered Asset Tracker

The AG41 Unpowered Asset Tracker is ideal for monitoring high-value mobile assets such as rail cars, intermodal containers, construction equipment, portable toilets, and more. It features GPS check-ins twice per day, a high-capacity battery, and a waterproof, ruggedized enclosure.

Affordable tracking for high-value assets

The AG41 is an affordable, GPS location tracking device designed to protect high-value, mobile assets. Whether heavy equipment is left at public construction sites or expensive equipment is leased out, the AG41 provides security and peace of mind that assets are safe and where they should be.

Detect & recover lost or stolen assets

Easy-to-use geofence alerts enable users to instantly detect and respond to theft and unauthorized use. Alerts are sent via email or SMS when assets move outside of designated areas, such as a job site or street address.

Automatically compile inventory reports

Gain complete visibility into the whereabouts of your assets, and eliminate the need for manual inventory checks. The AG41 syncs with Samsara’s cloud-based dashboard to provide automated inventory reporting and a visual map of all of your assets in one place.

Identify unused assets to optimize inventory pools

Quickly identify assets that are unused and dormant for long periods of time. Underutilized assets can be moved to higher demand sites or consolidated to maximize resources.

Long-lasting battery for unpowered use

The built-in battery lasts up to 5 years with 2 check-ins per day. This enables long-term monitoring of assets leased out or left on job sites for several years at a time.

Installs in less than 5 minutes

With a weatherproof and water-resistant design (IP67 rating), the AG41 can be installed on any mobile asset in just minutes using either durable, high strength tape or screws (both options are included).


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