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AirIQ Launches Field Service Fleet Solution

November 06, 2006

TORONTO, ONTARIO – AirIQ Inc., a wireless-enabled location-based services company, has entered into the field service market with its digital communications platform, online fleet management interface called AirIQ Online and robust AirIQ Onboard device. AirIQ’s Field Service solution offers fleet operators increased business operating efficiencies with optimized fleet utilization and enhanced customer service capabilities, while providing increased protection of their mobile assets and workforce.The new field service offering meets the needs of small fleet operators that include; HVAC, contractors, facility management, towing companies, telecom service fleets, waste management, oil and gas, and other service vehicle fleets. The AirIQ field service solution offers activity reporting, enabling field service fleet operators to maximize their business efficiencies and improve customer satisfaction. Features include:

  • Automated Inventory Alert
  • Automated Odometer Alert
  • Boundary Crossing
  • Delivery Arrive
  • Delivery Depart
  • Delivery in Progress
  • Excessive Speed
  • Maintenance Reminder
  • Power Management
  • Stationary Status
  • Vehicle Locating
  • Remote Vehicle Disabling
  • Remote Vehicle Enabling
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