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ORBCOMM’s new hardware solutions include the GT 1020, a compact all-in-one telematics device designed for asset tracking applications in mining, construction and other demanding environments. Equipped with 4G LTE, GPS and integrated antennas, the GT 1020 can withstand extreme weather and environmental conditions for uninterrupted connections and constant operation. The GT 1020 is easy-to-install and can be discreetly deployed on vehicles and equipment to help prevent theft and tampering. The GT 1020 supports an optional CAN Bus interface, enabling advanced vehicle reporting, analytics and diagnostics. An integrated rechargeable battery allows reporting for up to nine months without an external power supply, depending on the reporting frequency. The device is available as part of ORBCOMM’s FleetEdge application with APIs to facilitate integration with proprietary and third-party systems.
In addition, whether using standard AEMP data or data from deeper OEM-specific integration, ORBCOMM’s new analytic, predictive and diagnostic tools allow users to mine data for improved maintenance practices and other digital efficiencies. The valuable data, along with usable ROI-driven insights, can be viewed and managed on the FleetEdge platform via the mobile app or on users’ own enterprise applications via a simple API integration.
“ORBCOMM is continuing to enhance its heavy equipment solutions portfolio to meet the evolving needs of its global customers and support further digitization in mining and construction equipment management,” said
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