It’s our 10 year anniversary.
Introducing: CTT™ Evolution Series

In 2006, three scientists came together with an ambitious goal: Develop a device to utilize mobile phone networks to track Golden Eagles with GPS. Several prototypes later, a new company was formed in 2007: Cellular Tracking Technologies.

On November 4, 2007, our first production unit was released on a Golden Eagle. The data collected was absolutely astonishing — and still impressive to this day — with a GPS position every 30 seconds. 10 years later, we are still innovating. And we have some incredible new products launching this 2017.

Golden Eagle “G0”, released on November 4, 2007 with our first solar powered CTT™ tracker using the 2G GSM network. Data collection interval is every 30 seconds.

New Ergonomic Designs

Using advances in 3D printing and rapid prototyping, our designers have been hard at work to develop new ergonomic cases with sweeping designs. These new designs reduce drag and profile, while deflecting feather coverage of solar panels. We also have several new attachment options for a variety of species as well as a new implantable design.


Improved Solar Panel Efficiency

Leveraging recent advances in solar panels for space applications, we have greatly increased the efficiency of our solar panels to previously unattainable levels. This allows for CTT devices to operate with heaver duty cycles in lower amounts of sunlight.


Improved GPS Positioning

Our Evolution Series products support multiple navigation satellite constellations, including GPS, GLOSNASS, BeiDou, and Galileo. With this brings higher accuracy, faster position times, better coverage, and lower power consumption.


Better Batteries, Less Power Consumption

All Evolution Series products feature consume much lower power and feature better batteries. This increases transmitter longevity and allows the tracker to collect and transmit more data.


More Ways To Connect

The Evolution Series™ brings more way to connect your wildlife tracker to you, including faster mobile broadband networks, satellite, VHF and our new Ultra Long Range™ — known as ULR™ — base station technology.