Creators of Fastloc® Location Technology

Fastloc® technology was originally designed specifically to address the problems faced with traditional Global Positioning System (GPS) receivers in a marine environment.  Wave wash, submersion and poor antenna orientation are all problems that can prevent a traditional GPS receiver from maintaining signal reception and thus provide location information.  To overcome these issues a Fastloc® receiver uses small 'snapshots' of GPS signal (typically 10's of milliseconds) which are processed to the point of obtaining satellite information only.  This low volume satellite information can then be stored on board or forwarded to a server for location processing.

Fastloc® receivers were probably the first commercially available GPS snapshot processing receivers in the world, with the latest versions offering some of the lowest power GPS receiver solutions available today. At the heart of the technology Fastloc® owes its superior performance and low power consumption to the use of commercially available low power processors and very efficient, low level embedded coding.  Such low power consumption has now opened up terrestrial markets for Fastloc® technology, with unparalleled performance for many applications.

Want to know more about Fastloc® technology?

Today Wildtrack Telemetry Systems acts solely as the owner and Licensor of the Fastloc® Intellectual Property, if you are interested in Fastloc® technology for Wildlife tracking applications then please contact one of the approved manufacturers of Fastloc® enhanced animal tags:

Wildlife Computers Inc.

About Us

Founded in Leeds in the UK in 2000, the company's goal has been to develop leading edge tracking solutions for marine research.  In 2002 the first Fastloc® system prototype was developed, leading to successful field deployments of production units on Grey Seals (Halichoerus Grypus) around the UK in 2004.  Since then thousands of Fastloc® enabled tags have successfully tracked marine animals around the world, from seals and penguins at the poles to whales and turtles at the equator.

Company Director Dr Ed Bryant is an electronic engineer with a PhD in Tracking Systems and 20+ years of  industrial and research experience in radio frequency design, embedded systems and digital signal processing.
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