Restrata awarded licence for GPS tracking systems in Iraq

GPSRestrata, through its wholly-owned Iraq entity, has been awarded a National Communications and Media Commission (CMC) Licence to sell and maintain GPS tracking systems in Iraq

The CMC Licence for GPS tracking is an Iraq Government mandate and is being enforced locally through inspection teams running compliance checks on both vendors of GPS tracking systems, and their end users. 

Restrata offers the full range of accredited safety and security services for companies operating in Iraq. With Restrata’s CMC compliant Track, Monitor, Response portfolio customers can manage and monitor their assets efficiently, in real-time and train their people with accurate, relevant data. 

Restrata says that its  core tracking platform is completely ‘device agnostic’, meaning that companies with existing tracking hardwarecan easily switch from their non-compliant partner to Restrata without changing the incumbent hardware. 

A Restrata spokesman said, “Restrata has consistently maintained its position as a premium provider of tracking services to multinational oil and gas, logistics and private security companies operating in Iraq for over a decade. We praise the Iraq Government for taking a proactive stand on GPS tracking standards and for championing the highest levels of compliance.” 

Headquartered in the UAE, with additional offices and representatives throughout the Middle East, Africa, Asia and Europe, Restrata provides a range of services in addition to situational awareness and telematics, including physical security consulting, HSE consulting, crisis and continuity management, workforce development and managed services. 

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