The Invoxia Cellular GPS Tracker is a standalone GPS tracker for anything from cars and motorcycles to bags, valuables, and even people. Invoxia’s tracker is “one of the first trackers to be compatible with the LTE-M update of 4G cellular networks” and is usable anywhere across the United States through 4G networks that support LTE-M.
Its small size, 4.13″ long by 1.06″ wide by 0.35″ thick and weighing only 30 grams, makes the Invoxia Cellular GPS Tracker portable and easy to place in bags, glove boxes, backpacks, and other commonly misplaced items. The device has an ultra-thin black aluminum case with a leather cord for easy carrying.
Users can track and monitor the device through its accompanying app, available on iOS and Android. The app includes features like location data, which users can access at any time, push notifications can be sent every 5,10, or 30 minutes when the tracker is moving, a history of the route of the tracker, and anti-theft alerts to prevent any suspicious activity.
Geofencing alerts can be set up to notify the user when the tracker enters or leaves a certain geographic area.
Along with this, there is a panic alert, which is an emergency button that can be pushed to send a notification to a loved one if the individual is in trouble.
The Invoxia Cellular GPS Tracker has IFTTT Compatibility, which allows it to connect to different products and services to trigger actions like setting a house alarm or opening a garage door. It also has “high-precision” indoor and outdoor tracking, using its GPS and WiFI network locating technologies.
As someone who frequently misplaces items, especially my phone or my parked car, the Proximity Radar feature is particularly useful. It uses a hot/cold system so that you can easily locate valuables, which is a far cry from my usual method of setting off the car alarm and hoping the sound will guide me to my car.
By far, the most impressive feature of the Invoxia Cellular GPS Tracker appears to be its extensive battery life. Depending on the frequency of use, Invoxia claims it can last anywhere from two weeks to up to four months (see the handy little chart below).
Invoxia, a French company, was founded in 2010 and has since become a best-seller of GPS trackers across Europe. They specialize in GPS trackers augmented with Artificial Intelligence and offer Tracking Pro, an “enterprise platform for professional uses such as those monitoring fleets of vehicles, valuable deliveries or professional equipment.”