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AWE Telemetry Systems are specialist Iridium Satellite Network telemetry solutions providers.

How we are involved: Iridium Satellite Tracking

AWE is providing telemetry support to the Africa as One Team. We have fitted our Avocet Tracking Unit into two of the vehicles. We will track and monitor the vehicles as they make their way along the African continent to their final destination in London. The information is made available to the back-up team through the AWE portal so that they can provide logistical support to the team on the ground. Updates on the team’s progress as well as their route taken will be made available to the public from time to time using screen shots from the AWE Portal.

AWE Telemetry:

AWE was established in 2003. We are a specialist satellite telemetry solutions provider. We develop, manufacture, supply and support telemetry and machine-to-machine technologies for customer-specific needs. This is achieved through our hardware design, firmware and software programming, and online user-interface. We have various off-the-shelf products that include Animal Tracking, Fleet Management and Remote Monitoring solutions. We are also able to use our existing technology to customise a telemetry solution for you.

Explore our website – www.awetelemetry.com

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