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SkyBitz Develops GPS Asset-Tracking System for Cellular Networks

SkyBitz, a vendor of remote asset-tracking and information-management technology, has created the Falcon Series GXT100.

The new global positioning system (GPS) device is designed for 3G and 4G cellular networks, with coverage of North America. According to SkyBitz, it is especially suited for operations that require reporting on the status of unpowered assets such as flatbeds, chassis, van trailers and construction equipment. The product provides data on such elements as stop and start times, idle times, arrival and departure, geofence-based alerts, speed, mileage and time between stops. The battery-powered GXT100 is IP67 rated, and has no external antennas or wiring. It supports logistics operations with real-time visibility and fleet-dispatch optimization. SkyBitz is a wholly owned subsidiary of Telular Corp. It delivers services via SkyBitz Insight, a secure, Web-based application that requires no software downloads.

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The new global positioning system (GPS) device is designed for 3G and 4G cellular networks, with coverage of North America. According to SkyBitz, it is especially suited for operations that require reporting on the status of unpowered assets such as flatbeds, chassis, van trailers and construction equipment. The product provides data on such elements as stop and start times, idle times, arrival and departure, geofence-based alerts, speed, mileage and time between stops. The battery-powered GXT100 is IP67 rated, and has no external antennas or wiring. It supports logistics operations with real-time visibility and fleet-dispatch optimization. SkyBitz is a wholly owned subsidiary of Telular Corp. It delivers services via SkyBitz Insight, a secure, Web-based application that requires no software downloads.

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