Posts Tagged ‘Inseego’

  • P.N. Daly expands fleet telematics solution

    on Aug 23, 23 • in UK News • with Comments Off on P.N. Daly expands fleet telematics solution

    P.N. Daly Ltd, the leakage detection, water efficiency and new utilities network specialist, has enhanced its fleet telematics solution from Inseego, with the adoption of an advanced AI dashcam. The company will roll-out the forward-and driver-facing device across 250 vans to support its road safety and risk reduction strategy

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  • Charles Jackson & Co expands AI fleet camera solution with Inseego

    on Jul 7, 23 • in UK News • with Comments Off on Charles Jackson & Co expands AI fleet camera solution with Inseego

     Charles Jackson & Co, an agricultural cereal grain company, has rolled-out Inseego’s AI-powered fleet dashcam solution to its specialist haulage operation to target safety and insurance improvements. This latest development followed the successful adoption of the AI cameras on plant equipment used to transport and load grain and animal feed at the company’s storage, cleaning and drying facilities in Buckby, Northamptonshire

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  • Inseego partners with Pocket Box

    on Jan 5, 23 • in UK News • with Comments Off on Inseego partners with Pocket Box

    Inseego has teamed up with vehicle and driver management software specialist, Pocket Box, to deliver telematics-enabled fleet management solutions. Under the partnership, the company’s fleet customers will now be able to take advantage of a powerful and easy-to-use tool to ensure vehicles are kept road legal and safe, while staff are fit and eligible to drive

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  • Ctrack becomes Inseego as part of expansion plans for the telematics business

    on Jul 29, 22 • in UK News • with Comments Off on Ctrack becomes Inseego as part of expansion plans for the telematics business

    Ctrack, the leading provider of fleet telematics, asset tracking and vehicle camera systems, has rebranded as Inseego. The name change is part of the relaunch of the business in the UK, Europe, Australia, and New Zealand and represents an important part of the ongoing strategy of parent company, Inseego Corp, to focus on target markets closely aligned with its 5G and enterprise initiatives. This will include an expansion of the telematics offering with the introduction of advanced fleet solutions that combine artificial intelligence (AI) and 5G to deliver business intelligence at the edge

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