Tracker - Technology


  • Geo/Chevrolet Tracker, a compact SUV produced from 1990 until the end of the 2004 model year
  • Radar tracker, a system used by civil and military users for associating discrete radar plots with individual targets, and forming estimates of those targets' locations, headings and speeds
  • S-2 Tracker, a carrier based ASW aircraft manufactured by Grumman
  • Solar tracker, a device used in some solar energy applications for orienting a solar photovoltaic panel or a concentrating solar reflector toward the sun
  • TRACKER, a tracking system designed for the recovery of stolen vehicles, operated by TRACKER Network UK Limited
  • Tracker (company), a Finnish company specialising in tracking and telemetry devices
  • Tracker action, in music, a form of mechanics used in certain pipe organs
  • Tracker signature analysis, also known as analog signature analysis

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