Although it may sound like a very complex device, Seeker works quite simple: once installed on a car, it establishes a GPS security perimeter and automatically monitors the area. If an unauthorized person moves the car outside the perimeter, Seeker sends a SMS or/and an e-mail to the owner and contacts the authorities using the BlackLine Recovery Service.
Besides this function, the system also allows the owner to check the status and the coordinates of the car via mobile phone or computer browser (extremely useful if it happens to forget where you've parked you car every once in a while).
More importantly, the package also includes a security key which remotely controls the system once the owner enters the configured perimeter. If the key owner gets closer to the car, Seeks automatically disables the security features and obviously enables it if the user leaves the perimeter.
What's interesting is that Seeker is powered by the car battery and, in case somebody removes the power source, it automatically switches to the in-built battery which, according to the manufacturer, can last for approximately 2 days.
The device is due to release next year and will be available for approximately $350, quite a reasonable price taking into account that it may help you avoid loses of thousands of dollars.