Kika M2M Launches Theft AL3RT for Polaris eBikes

September 9, 2015  - By
The AL3RT asset tracker is designed for the power sports industry and runs on the AT&T network.

The AL3RT asset tracker is designed for the power sports industry and runs on the AT&T network.

Kika Enterprises announced at CTIA Super Mobility this week that its AL3RT asset protection unit will be available as an accessory for Polaris electric bikes worldwide, beginning January 2016. The AL3RT trackers will be sold at sports dealerships in the United States.

Powered by AT&T, AL3RT is a stand-alone, customizable asset locator and fleet management tool designed for theft protection of on- and off-road vehicles, motorcycles, snowmobiles and personal watercraft.

AL3RT customer benefits include: real-time location alerts, anti-theft alerts, accident panic alerts, historical location data, coverage in locations around the globe, long battery life (up to seven days) and a water- and dust-proof housing. The product line will also include several accessories, such as a multi-use cradle for easy mounting and Bluetooth multi-sensors that can be programmed individually.

Supported by GPS, GSM, Wi-Fi and Bluetooth technologies, users can use their AL3RT smartphone app to locate their asset, as well as arm and disarm sensors and configure geofences virtually anywhere in the world. AL3RT can be configured to send individual or group alerts via email or SMS.

“We are excited about the launch of the AL3RT, because it represents the first true anti-theft alert solution designed for the power sports industry,” commented Ricardo Salguero, president of Kika M2M. “The AL3RT offers superior features, reliability and AT&T connectivity, making it a tremendous extension of our growing line of customizable M2M solutions. This addition truly positions Kika M2M uniquely in the market with a broad range of proprietary M2M solutions for the power sports industry.”

Kika M2M will showcase the AL3RT at CTIA Super Mobility, taking place Sept. 9-11 in Las Vegas, as a part of AT&T’s Booth #3724.

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