Wireless Network Container Management

ContainerTracker(TM), asset security and tracking software for operation on the WINDOWS XP operating system is now available. This new software module is designed for use with the ToughTalker(TM) line of Cargo Container Security modules. The new user's interface allows database designers, terminal operators, or auditors in the field to manage and monitor the contents and security status of their fleets in real time.

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SANTA BARBARA, Calif.--MachineTalker, Inc., developer of smart wireless security networks, announced the availability of ContainerTracker(TM), Asset Security and Tracking Software for operation on the WINDOWS XP operating system. This new software module is designed for use with its ToughTalker(TM) line of Cargo Container Security modules. The new user's interface allows database designers, terminal operators, or auditors in the field to manage and monitor the contents and security status of their fleets in real time.

ContainerTracker software gains access to wireless ToughTalker units that are located within containers to monitor sensors and to report on cargo. ToughTalkers automatically establish a network "Community" and any PC running ContainerTracker software can be connected to one of the ToughTalkers(TM), thereby forming a gateway to the Community as a whole.

ContainerTalker's Graphic User's Interface reduces complex network management tasks to simple drag-and-drop actions to view container details. It also provides an Internet portal so that any one of hundreds of ToughTalkers can be accessed from remote locations.

According to Chris Kleveland, Vice President for Operations, "The heart of the ContainerTracker program is the Console Interface to MachineTalker's Simple Machine Management Protocol, SMMP(R). It allows developers to quickly and easily adapt the Company's wireless networks to other applications. To make the process even easier, a Java-enabled version will soon be available that will support remote sessions across most other operating system platforms."

About MachineTalker, Inc.
MachineTalker, Inc. was founded in 2002 to develop the concept of intelligent, wireless, autonomous, mesh network nodes for sensing, recording, processing and acting upon events. MachineTalker, Talker, ToughTalker and TagTalker are Company trademarks. They are microprocessor-based wireless devices that automatically form mesh networks called Communities. These intelligent nodes relate, report, share and transfer information about the services they perform and enable the rapid deployment of wireless security systems to protect people, places and things. Contact: [email protected] or on the web at: www.machinetalker.com.

Contacts
MachineTalker, Inc.
Roland F. Bryan, 805-957-1680
[email protected]
www.machinetalker.com

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