Rompa will help to design and produce the next version of the Lion collar and Asset tracker. Both current versions are listed in the catalog of Smart Parks. For the past years, Smart Parks in collaboration with their partner IRNAS, has been innovating these trackers and has not made the step towards higher volume production yet, to ensure no outdated stock build-up took place. With the help of Rompa, now is the time to re-design the enclosures so these sensors are ready for the next level. Due to continued innovations Smart Parks does not keep items in stock, which means production takes place on demand. This way of producing poses no problem for Rompa’s facility in China. With, for example, the use of our SMED method, production processes can be switched very rapidly, and delivery times are no longer then 1 to 3 months from Smart Parks to their clients.
So, what are the benefits of this new design?
- More easy to produce and assemble
- Better antenna performance
- Suitable for multiple animals
- Durable BioThane belting, made from polyester webbing with a TPU or PVC coating making it more durable, waterproof, easy to clean and weldable
- Contains different modules for many configurations, which offer a variety of uses suitable for a wide range of cases
Another great benefit of these sensors worth mentioning separately, is the fact that this is part of the OpenCollar initiative, making it an open-source product. This means that the design is available to everybody and we would be happy to see others copying the design and starting production, because in the end, we all want those animals protected worldwide!
We are very happy to start this collaboration as both Smart Parks and Rompa have the same vision of improving technology, and all this for a great purpose!