Geolocation without GPS, transmitted to your server without internet

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At Poppy, we craft solutions tailored to your needs. You probably ever dreamt of geolocation in obstructed environments when no reliable GPS signal is received, and want your battery last a long time so that you can not use the GSM network to transmit the data. It is kind of magic, but by combining a database of Wi-Fi access points with the long range-low power Sigfox network, you get a geolocation device that knows where you are without the need of a GPS device, and transmits your location to a server without GSM nor Wi-Fi connection. Ten minutes after you power your computer, you get the first geolocation report, which is then updated every 6 times per hour.

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