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US Patent Awarded

The team at TracknStop are delighted to announce that our US Patent was awarded on April 16th 2017 (Patent Number: 9,630,590). This follows on from our successful Irish Patent (Number: S86671) awarded in July 2016. TracknStop has been working with both private and commercial vehicle owners giving them the ability to control their vehicle’s security. […]


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Press Release: TracknStop™ & JMC Commercial Agreement

Over the past year, TracknStop™ has had the pleasure of working with JMC, one of Ireland’s leading delivery service providers, during our open BETA stage of development. This week, we are happy to announce that TracknStop™ and JMC have formed a commercial agreement to equip a number of JMC vehicles with our TracknStop™ security solution. […]


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What is Geo-fencing: Frequently Asked Questions

The TracknStop system includes a number of specialised features for vehicle tracking, monitoring and security. One such feature is geo-fencing. Although geo-fencing has become popular amongst certain companies and businesses, many people are unaware of what it is. In the following post, we’ve decided to explore some of the most frequently asked questions about geo-fencing. […]


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74% of Irish Motorists Want Ability to Stop Car Remotely

In a recent survey undertaken by the AA, over 78% of respondents claimed they would like the ability to track their vehicle’s location. In addition to this, over 74% said they’d like the ability to shut down a car remotely – which is exactly what TrackNStop offers. Here’s a quote from an article in Journal.ie: […]


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New Report Predicts Massive Growth in Vehicle Security Market

According to a new report published this month, the global vehicle security system market is set to grow considerably between 2016 and 2021. According to this new report, the market is estimated to be worth 7.57 billion* in the year 2016 – with this number rising to 10.75 billion by 2021. The report states that […]


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CSO Release Annual Car Theft Statistics

This month, the Irish Central Statistics Office (CSO) released the recorded crime statistics for 2015. According to the latest statistics on car theft, car theft is down from by 16.8% in 2015. This puts the number of vehicle thefts and related offences at 6,462 in 2015. With TracknStop’s vehicle tracking and disabling technology, we firmly […]


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