Heatmapping is a state-of-the-art geolocation solution with advanced signal analysis capabilities. It can be used in applications such as surveillance and disaster recovery for locating active cell phones and thereby recovering users.

Heatmap is designed for vehicular deployments and includes software for determining the

exact location of a 2G, 3G and/or 4G cellular device.

Heatmap narrows down the transmitter source location to a few meters, highly minimizing the search radius and positively impacting time-critical operations.

Controlled over wired Ethernet or Wi-Fi through an easy-to-set-up and user-f riendly Windows GUI that provides information such as power measurements, angle of arrival, power, as well as estimated source location overlaid on a map.

Heatmap uses custom phased array antennas and advanced algorithms to provide true geolocation capability; it gives an estimate of both the azimuth and the elevation of a transmission source overlaid on a standard map.

Heat map uses the movement of the vehicle and multiple readings from the phase array antennas to create a heatmap that becomes more accurate as more information is gathered.