PhoneWay is a versatile, very small and lightweight portable GPS locator/tracker


It is particularly recommended for personal use and is aimed at monitoring moving objects. PhoneWay also functions as a telephone, equipped with a selective filter to monitor the authorised incoming and outgoing numbers. It therefore adds to the tracking function the possibility to communicate securely.


PhoneWay also functions as a telephone, equipped with a selective filter to monitor the authorised incoming and outgoing numbers. It therefore adds to the tracking function the possibility to communicate securely.

Use of this very simple and autonomous device does not require any manual intervention on the actual instrument. All setting functions are performed by a remote operator that manages and controls its activities.

Reading of the various positions, transferred onto the central server, generates a real-time track of the route, along with a series of additional data such as times, speed, altitude and direction of travel.

The user may also carry out voluntary position readings, in order to highlight sites of particular interest.

PhoneWay automatically highlights many specific situations, such as crossing of the geographical boundaries or exceeding of the pre-established speeds, the battery charge level or turning on or off of the actual device. A help request can be activated at any time simply by pressing the SOS key.

The emergency call can be made to both known numbers as well as specialised emergency numbers, reporting the user's exact position.

When calling a Phoneway, if the remote user does not answer, the device reports its position automatically.

The use of several devices linked to a single central unit through the RADAR service permits visual monitoring and coordination of teams of operators or fleets of vehicles in real time.

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PhoneWay is useful in many situations, at the assistance, family or professional level, as well as during one's leisure time.

Recording of voluntary, tourism or sports routes.

Monitoring of movement in situations of potential difficulty or danger.

Identification and notification of any accidental crossing of the boundaries by subjects.

Visual and telephone link with subjects in movement during the performance of activities.