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30-Second Pitch: Valarm

Thursday, January 17th 2013
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In the first 30-Second Pitch, Valarm describes its Android technology for fleet tracking.

30-Second Pitch is an new series that introduces geospatial products and services in a quick to read format. Want to pitch your latest offering? Contact Jane Elliott.

Business: Valarm

Number of employees: 5

Owner/Lead executive: Lorenzo Gonzalez, CEO & Edward Pultar, President

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Location: Venice, California, USA

Pitch: Valarm is an Android mobile app and integrated suite of web-based tools that will track almost anything via GPS, and remotely monitor almost any environment via sensors. Commercial fleet managers use Valarm as a vehicle or container-tracking device with additional sensor information. Scientists and hobbyists use it as a remote environmental monitor or mobile data acquisition platform. Consumer applications include use as a motion-sensing or sound-sensing, GPS-tracking, anti-theft alarm and tracking device, or a powerful property monitor.

Why we are different: The Android platform and the flood of powerful, inexpensive Android devices offer an opportunity for extremely useful, connected, remote monitoring applications.

Recent Accomplishments: Recently released version 1.0.1 on the Google Play store!


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