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PLANT i - KEEPING TRACK OF COSTELLO

Author: Plant i Press Release
Posted on: Friday, Apr 27 2007



Maria Costelloís Bering Honda CBR600RR will carry one and visitors to the Plant i website www.plant-i.net will be able to track her every move on each and every track she competes on, including the NW200 course and the TT. Keep an eye on Mariaís website www.costelloracing.com for more details of how to track her progress.

This time the GPS is to track Maria while racing but the micro track is of benefit to any biker as itís also a security system that is affordable and combines the latest technologies.

This tiny tracking device is the smallest available and itís unique because it has both GPS and GSM triangulation built in which means that it can often work inside buildings, so finding your stolen bike is possible even if itís indoors. The police can also use it to track your vehicle through the built in RF transmitter.

Plant i owner Sam Browne met Maria on the IOM and was taken back by her enthusiasm and drive to achieve in a very tough racing environment. "Not only has she achieved some historic successes but she's done this despite injuries and funding problems. Maria lives motorcycles and constantly wants to better herself. Plant i are proud to sponsor Maria and we wish her all the best" added Plant i owner Sam Browne.




For more details and prices contact Plant i.

Bry n Gog, Machynlleth SY20 8HN

Tel: 0845 601 9375

Email: sales@plant-i.net

Web address: www.plant-i.net



Plant i Limited are a company that provide tracking and remote monitoring systems for plant, county council vehicles, fleet vehicles, assets and utility companies plus motorcycles and quads. Basically anything of any value that has a power source or not. Plant i provide and design systems around the customers' needs, "Our systems save money, provide peace of mind and at the same time give full traceability" said Sam Browne, owner of Plant i.


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