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VeeLo NextGen, for tracking and identifying airport ground vehicles.


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Sensis
: 17 March, 2008  (New Product)
Sensis has introduced the next generation of its vehicle locator unit, VeeLo NextGen, for detecting, tracking and positively identifying vehicles on the ground at airports. VeeLo NextGen incorporates an improved WAAS enabled GPS receiver and broadcasts its location and identity using the Mode S Extended Squitter ADS-B message format.
“Sensis pioneered the vehicle locator industry with VeeLo, the first commercial-off-the-shelf product. VeeLo NextGen is a significant evolution of the product that uses state-of-the-art GPS receiver technology for the highest accuracy available and is the first on the market to automatically turn off the 1090 MHz transmission when outside of the movement area,” said Tony Lo Brutto, Vice President and General Manager of Sensis Air Traffic Systems.

VeeLo NextGen features a rugged, weather-resistant enclosure that can be easily mounted on the exterior of a vehicle and moved from vehicle to vehicle. Its low power consumption allows VeeLo NextGen to be connected to a vehicle’s accessory power outlet. Further, VeeLo NextGen can be field-configured using a PC serial interface and VeeLo NextGen software.

Since 2003, over 400 VeeLo vehicle locators have been deployed at airports around the world. Sensis is currently on schedule to deliver over 200 VeeLo NextGen units to customers worldwide starting in the spring of 2008.
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