Delivery tracking start-up, TrackerSense, has been chosen to join the Rocketspace accelerator programme after 4 rounds of competitive pitching.
Rocketspace supported both Uber and Spotify so we’re following in the footsteps of some of the big global success stories in technology and the digital world. We’re delighted to get such high-profile recognition of the potential of our tracking products and our progress as a business so far – Chairman, Gordon Steele
TrackerSense develops and markets real-time trackers that use GPS and radio geo-location technology plus a range of sensors for humidity, temperature and other conditions. This combined with its battery management programmes make its products standout in the delivery market. It joins Cohort 2 of the Rocketspace Tech Accelerator which brings startups and corporates together to fuel cross-industry partnerships and set new standards for logistics innovation.
We are genuinely excited to join the programme as it gives us the opportunity to partner not only with Rocketspace but some of the leading logistics companies in Europe including Lufthansa Cargo, Fiege and Kaleido Logistics. This is a joint development and piloting programme and a chance to deliver ready-to-go solutions with our partners – Founder and CEO Wayne Soutter
TrackerSense will join Rocketspace for the kick-off in Spain next month and in Silicon Valley, California in May for a Public Pitch Day.
Notes for Editors
TrackerSense was founded by entrepreneur and inventor Wayne Soutter in 2015 to change the world of delivery tracking. Since then the company has developed market leading GPS trackers and sensors. Most recently the company has successfully piloted tracking solutions for high volume low value assets in logistics including pallets and roll cages in Canada, the UK and Scandinavia. Gordon Steele joined as chairman after a career in logistics with Unipart, Royal Mail Group, Guernsey Post, ProFS, and Amethyst Logistics.