By Lisa Johnston
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Edmond, Okla. — Petra Industries will begin carrying Bad Elf’s line of products that turn any non-cellular-enabled Apple device into a GPS receiver.
Petra said that with Bad Elf’s technology these devices have twice the accuracy of other GPS devices. The receivers do not use cellular network towers to find a location, and they offer an ideal solution for users in locations where cellular signals are weak. Bad Elf GPS receivers can even be utilized for more demanding applications such as military, commercial aviation and marine usage, the distributor said.
“The GPS market is still strong and Bad Elf offers an accessory to improve and enhance location position accuracy,” said Tate Morgan, president of Petra Industries. “This partnership gives Petra an exciting new element to our GPS offering, and we’re excited to give our dealers another great product to offer their customers.”
Petra’s inventory of Bad Elf accessories is available now. Dealers can find more information about the line in Petra’s new fall 2013 catalog or online at Petra.com.
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