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GTX Corp

GTX Corp develops miniaturized Global Positioning Service (GPS) satellite tracking and location-transmitting technology devices for integration into branded licensee consumer products. The company’s Personal Location Services (PLS) platform consists of a matchbook-sized, location-reporting module that utilizes GTX Corp’s “always-on” Assisted-GPS tracking capabilities. The system uses cellular transmission provided by our wireless carrier partner, AT&T, to deliver real-time geographic coordinates, rendered on Google Maps, to subscribers via secure internet connections. With more than five years in research and development, strategic partnerships, and an ongoing program of intellectual property protection, GTX Corp continues its efforts to advance the GPS technology industry and the PLS space. The company is based in Los Angeles, California

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Website: http://www.gtxcorp.com

Press Releases

February 19th, 2013 - LOCiMobile Launches New Enterprise Work Force Tracking App: TMWF

January 24th, 2013 - GTX Corp Partners with BrickHouse Security to Bring Revolutionary GPS Tracking Shoes to Market

November 26th, 2012 - GTX Corp Secures Approval for Use of Custom Two-Way GPS

November 30th, 2011 - GTX Corp Receives New Order for 1,500 GPS Devices From Aetrex Worldwide as GPS Shoes Become Available Online to Consumers

November 9th, 2011 - GTX Corp Reports 250% Increase in Revenue for Third Quarter 2011 with the GPS Shoe Launch, Increased App Users and the Lifespires Code Amber Alertag

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