Arctic Positioning Systems (APS) is developing an extremely small, solar-powered GNSS location tracking device for various use cases in business and research.
Traditional GNSS tracking devices are large in size, have limited battery life, and come with high recurring network fees. To tackle these problems, the APS tracker and software solutions are designed for specific uses in which compact size, virtually no maintenance, and cost efficiency are key requirements.
Using Galileo as one of its GNSS data sources, this tracking solution has already been employed in applications like mapping drone flight routes, tracking the location of rental equipment, studying the movement of animals, and much more.

Arctic Positioning Systems
Miikka Kataja, Samuli Nyman, Tessa Nikander, Bruce Clayhills