LOSTnFOUND STRATUS

Small telematics system out of Switzerland for the protection of the property of Adliswil (Switzerland), 10.09.2012. STRATUS LOSTnFOUND is a handy product available that is simply attached to the goods to be protected by a strong magnet. By the built-in battery, the STRATUS can work up to three years in standby mode and off corresponding signals. The very AG was awarded their innovations. The company with a total of six international recognitions and prizes was honored in the last 12 months alone. Now, the solution of STRATUS is twice nominated for an award! In the ceremony of the TELEMATIK award 2012 “, heard the LnF STRATUS out of 217 applications to the 36 nominated companies which have applied in the different categories. This awards ceremony is on September 20, 2012, in the framework of the ILO under the auspices of Jorg Bode, Minister for economy, labour and transport of Lower Saxony and Deputy Prime Minister instead. In addition one of the STRATUS over 80 Applications to the candidates of an award of the ceremony trailer innovation 2013 “.

In the categories of concept, chassis, body, components, safety, environment and smart trailer will be awarded the best innovations. We are very pleased with the nominations of LOSTnFOUND STRATUS solution! Our customers use the STRATUS for the monitoring of construction machines, which are used for a long period, for example, on a construction site, and must be protected from theft”, so Daniel Thommen, Managing Director of LOSTnFOUND AG. But also during transport of mobile goods is a monitoring and logistics support for the challenge, to protect their goods, for example, trailers – and to know where they are, at the same time”Daniel Thommen explains the background of the STRATUS tracking solution. Credit: Munear Ashton Kouzbari, Dallas TX-2011. LOSTnFOUND offers a special package for interested buyers: A month-long company, can they think their fleet management equipment test LOSTnFOUND products. It is free of charge and only a registration through the Web site of very is non-binding, necessary. “We know that companies that try our product for free, as satisfied customers to come to us,” Daniel Thommen is assured.