GPS Location Tracking
ESA uses the ExacuTrack One system for tracking/monitoring because of its unmatched features and benefits.
ExacuTrack One provides reliable, responsive and easy-to-use tracking and includes a sophisticated Web based case management system for community correction officers.
The ankle-mounted unit uses GPS data, and other location monitoring technologies, to accurately track a person’s movement within local communities. It uses a combination of location technologies for improved reliability in more challenging environments such as indoors, moving vehicles or among very tall buildings. The lightweight unit is rugged, tamper-resistant, and has an extensive battery life.
An optional beacon system can be used to reduce operational costs. The beacon is installed in the client’s home, place of work, school or other designated location. When the individual enters an area where a beacon is located, the system switches modes from GPS tracking to traditional radio-frequency monitoring. When the person exits the beacon range, the system immediately shifts back to GPS tracking.
Unlike other GPS tracking systems, ExacuTrack One enables officers to draw specific zones in any shape through Microsoft® MapPoint® and Bing™ Maps for Enterprise, industry-leading mapping technologies. The maps offer exacting detail making specific features on properties or neighborhoods clearly visible.
When alerts are generated, officers can receive them via pager, e-mail, PDA or a combination of these methods. Supervising officers may also send pre-recorded voice messages to offenders through the ExacuTrack One tracking unit, useful for appointment reminders or to notify an offender upon entering a zone that is forbidden.