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Mimiq chooses the Helium Network to launch the world's thinnest tracker at CES 2023

Mimiq, Inc today announced the launch of their new product, Mimiq Track, at CES as part of their latest product line to operate on the Helium Network, the world’s fastest growing wireless network.

With Helium compatibility, Mimiq job uses the network’s global LoRaWAN network to give owners real-time location tracking and push notifications of their belongings at home or on the go.

Founded in 2018, Mimiq was created in response to the lack of reliable, global tracking equipment available on the market. Mimiq paves the future of fifth-generation wearable IoT products for consumers and businesses around the world. Their latest product, Mimiq Track, debuts at CES and is the world’s thinnest location tracker.

In partnership with the Helium Network, Mimiq is reimagining the future of wearable safety and secure tracking while bringing peace of mind and accuracy to the market.

“Mimiq defines 5th generation IoT and changes the game of how things interact with people,” said Noyan Berker, co-founder and CEO of Mimiq, Inc. “Our products and solutions are designed to actively connect our customers to what matters most to them, serving as a safe, trusted addition to their daily routines.”

The credit card-sized Mimiq Track allows users to protect, locate and monitor their assets in real time with the power of the extensive Helium Network. Like previous Mimiq product offerings such as the Mimiq Go and FinestraMiner, a Helium-enabled hotspot, the Mimiq Track features three months of battery life, LoRaWAN connectivity, and the ability to locate approximately 20,000 locations on a single charge.

Scott Sigel, Chief Operating Officer of the Helium Foundation, said:

“Mimiq Track is a fantastic solution for securing physical items. Their innovative system gives users peace of mind with on-the-go solutions that keep an eye on what matters most.”

“By leveraging the Helium network, Mimiq can be confident that their wearable security devices are capable of protecting valuables around the world and are an important testament to the value and usefulness of a global, decentralized LoRaWAN network. “

The purpose-built cloud of the Mimiq Track is used for a wide variety of needs, including personal security, fleet management, delivery tracking or livestock monitoring, and can be easily integrated to operate in a wide variety of rural and urban environments . To provide precise location tagging, the Mimiq Track is designed to efficiently process nearby Wi-Fi hotspots and GNSS satellite signals from space, in addition to the general coverage of the Helium network.

“When it comes to a new generation tracker, we know that even people who are not tech savvy are familiar with terms like ‘pairing’ or understand what a Bluetooth range is thanks to its prevalence in today’s world ,” said Serdar Settop, co-founder and CTO of Mimiq. “Track is for the people – and I am confident that while using our products our community will become more connected to what is most valuable to them – Hello world. I am connected.”

With over four years of LoRaWAN development under its belt, Mimiq enables users to stay connected even in the most remote locations. In partnership with the Helium Network, the Mimiq Track enables consumers and businesses to stay connected at all times and stay informed about the real-time status of their personal and commercial assets.

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