Wildlife researchers and managers who use wireless telemetry devices generally have three choices for retrieving data: A) Short Range Radio, B)
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Designing telemetry equipment requires a delicate balance between power, weight, and capabilities. Thanks to Cellular Tracking Technologies' investments in telemetry R&D, we provide the most data with the fewest compromises.
GSM Cellular, Argos Satellite, and Radio
Collecting the world's most advanced telemetry data wouldn't be very useful if you couldn't retrieve your data reliably! Our trackers send their data over GSM cellular towers, Argos satellites, and UHF radio receivers. What sets our trackers apart is the ability to put 1, 2, or all 3 of these communications platforms on our trackers.
GPS, Accelerometry, Inertial Measurements, and More
The telemetry data you analyze is only as good as the sensors collecting the data. We have years of experience connecting sensors with the precisely tuned software necessary to maximize the quality of your data.
Manage your trackers, analyze your data, and visualize movement in our cloud portal. With industry leading cloud capabilities, CTT has invested in cutting-edge technologies to secure your data and keep your trackers running remotely.
The Future of Small Trackers Is Here
Through a long-term research partnership with the Cornell University Technology for Animal Biology and Environmental Research Lab (TABER), Cellular Tracking Technologies is proud to bring the Life Tag series of small animal trackers to the market.
This groundbreaking technology allows 0.35g trackers to last for the lifetime of your subjects. These unprecedented capabilities are a game changer for studies ranging from migratory tracking to habitat utilization studies.
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Nothing makes our team more excited than hearing about your research. Not sure whether CTT gear is right for your project? We would love to learn from you.
The reintroduction of the Bearded Vulture is one of the most ambitious environmental projects in Andalusia, Spain. Having the maximum number of daily locations is needed, and for this reason, it is important to use a technology like that of Cellular Tracking Technologies. We have deployed CTT transmitters on vultures in the natural park of Cazorla and have had positive results. The transmitters are obtaining many more positions than conventional transmitters and are running without glitches. We have been able to detect unknown patterns movement, and we are learning interesting things about using temporary space breeding area. We plan to continue using CTT’s units in the future.
Jose Ramon Benitez IzaguirreFundacion Quebrantahuesos
I have deployed over fifty CTT-1100 GPS-GSM cellular transmitters on Bald and Golden Eagles throughout Virginia. I have been very impressed with performance, data resolution, and durability of the CTT-1000. Further, slots on these units are designed for easy attachment of harness straps. The CTT-1100, as well as all models of transmitters from Cellular Tracking Technologies, are produced by biologists, for biologists. If your research needs require high resolution tracking data then Cellular Tracking Technologies transmitters will exceed your expectations.
Jeff CooperBiologist, Virginia Department of Game and Inland Fisheries
There is so much data that can be gathered using modern wildlife telemetry that it is easy to just put tags on animals and see what we get. But this
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