Asset Tracking

Track trailers, generators, forklifts, and more.

NexTraq® provides the most comprehensive portfolio of asset tracking devices in the asset protection industry. They can be installed on any type of asset, in any location to let you know exactly where it is, to verify that it is being used to the fullest extent, and to make sure it doesn’t get stolen or lost.

Available power options are solar-rechargeable, battery-powered and hard-wired.

NexTraq® Solar Asset Tracker is a superior choice for use within virtually every industry. Certified by the U.S. Department of Defense for use in the harshest conditions, this intrinsically-safe device features a built-in solar panel to ensure battery life for up to eight years.

  • Easy to install and does not require harnesses, external power source or antennas.
  • Several months of battery life from full charge.
  • Solar-recharging battery promotes long-term deployment in the field (up to eight years).
  • Rugged design and construction suitable for use in both moderate and harsh environments.
  • Creating geofences and configuring alerts from the NexTraq web portal is fast and simple.
  • Intrinsically-safe for applications within the oil and gas industry.

With cellular asset tracking and satellite asset tracking, our GPS asset trackers work in urban and remote locations. Asset trackers from NexTraq are power efficient, with battery-operated or hardwired options available. Their rugged design makes them resilient enough to install on the outside of any asset, even if it is out in the field for long periods of time. Our asset tracking solutions are in the field in some of the harshest agricultural, mining, drilling, and industrial environments.

Common uses include:

  • Trailers
  • Containers
  • Pods
  • Forklifts
  • Backhoes
  • Cranes
  • Bulldozers
  • Generators
  • Pumps
  • Fuel storage tanks
  • Rental equipment
  • Road-side signage
  • And more …

Whatever your requirement, one of our asset trackers will fit your needs.


“We need to track the location of our mobile assets. Things like trailers, generators, and forklifts, too.”