The default software includes many advanced features such as real-time tracking, geofencing, analog sensors, CAN bus, battery monitor, external commands, audio, SMS, and many others. It works right out of the box as vehicle tracker; the only requirement is a SIM card.
Polaris also allows you to add a Li-Po battery, and run it without the car battery. For example, it can be added to a bicycle, thanks to that external power source.
Thanks to the sensors inputs it can be connected to various sensors. The sensor data can then be easily sent to the Cloud. This makes Polaris ideal for industrial machinery where it is required to measure things like oil pressure, crane positioning, and so on.
When it comes to expandability, Polaris is quite versatile. There’s plenty of digital and analog I/O, audio connectors, and a MikroBUS slot which allows you to take advantage of more than 600 Click boards. This means you can add all sort of functionalities to Polaris: from OLED buttons and UV sensors to motor control and motion sensors.