Celtrak Ltd. is an Irish IT and Electronic Engineering company based in Galway which designs, manufactures, and provides operations management services for industry and public authorities across Europe, North America, and the Middle East.
Celtrak Limited was founded in 2000 providing fleet management systems and vehicle tracking solutions. The company also undertook wireless technology research in partnership with NUIG.
The company has been involved in developing technology to help drivers improve fuel efficiency.
Celtrak is also an industrial partner in the Digital Enterprise Research Institute LION2 program which is conducting research and development into semantic web technologies. Celtrak contributes to the specialised DERI research group, the Global Sensor Network program, developing semantic solutions for the collection, querying and analysis of large amounts of data available from multiple sensors connected to the internet - sometimes called "sensor dust" or "the internet of things".
Celtrak hosts an Information Exchange Agency for the National Roads Authority's barrier free e-tolling system. The IEA is a back-office system that allows electronic vehicle tags from one operator to pass through the toll gate of another operator.
The company has also been involved in a project to help save lives by providing technology to help prevent lifebuoys from being stolen or vandalised.