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Ipswich/Colchester: two10degrees launches new Cosignal subsidiary following Ninja Tracking acquisition

06:00 25 July 2014

Joe Dunn of Ninja Tracking, left, with Rob Blackwell, research and development director at two10degrees.

Joe Dunn of Ninja Tracking, left, with Rob Blackwell, research and development director at two10degrees.

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Software development company two10degrees, based at Little Blakenham, near Ipswich, is launching a new subsidiary, Cosignal, to provide tracking and telemetry solutions.

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Cosignal will combine transponder technology and services developed by Ninja Tracking, which two10degrees has acquired from the Colchester-based HP Group, with its own GAP (Global Alerting Platform) global messaging,tracking and telemetry service.

The aim is to meet the needs of organisations worldwide in sectors ranging from aerospace to oil and gas, with both two10degrees and Ninja Tracking also continuing to service to their respective existing customer bases.

Richard Prodger, chief technical office at two10degrees, said: “Cosignal builds on the continued success of our Global Alerting Platform.

“We can now provide complete, full service solutions, whether terrestrial or satellite based, or a combination of both, with enterprise class technology and support”.

Joe Dunn of Ninja Tracking, who is transferring with the assets of Ninja Tacking, added: “With Cosignal, our technology and services will span satellite communications and GSM, providing a one-stop solution for global organisations.”

The multi-award winning GAP platform developed by two10degrees is the power behind tracking, telemetry and emergency alerting applications in use the world over.

Ninja Tracking provides a wide range of GSM track and trace solutions and has particular expertise in security and asset surveillance. Its customer base includes police services in the UK and a number of businesses with mission-critical location-based applications.

The HP Group, of which Ninja was previously part, also owns search engine optimisation and digital marketing specialist High Position.

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