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Networkcar Selected by ADEM

February 20, 2008

SAN DIEGO – The Alabama Department of Environmental Management (ADEM) has selected Networkfleet as its fleet management solution to wirelessly monitor GPS location, engine diagnostics, and emissions for its entire fleet, according to Business Wire. Networkfleet combines GPS location with diagnostic monitoring to allow fleet managers to improve the productivity and efficiency of their fleet operations.


ADEM administers all major federal environmental laws, including the Clean Air, Clean Water, and Safe Drinking Water acts and federal solid and hazardous waste laws. Networkfleet is being installed to monitor ADEM’s fleet of sedans and light-duty trucks that are used in conducting field inspections. ADEM worked with AllComm Wireless, Inc., a Networkcar reseller in Montgomery, Ala., in the selection and installation process.


Since Networkfleet connects directly to a vehicle’s onboard diagnostic (OBD-II) port, it dynamically measures and reports on the status of a vehicle’s emission control system and monitors excess idle time to reduce emissions. It can also determine precise information, such as actual vehicle speed and miles-per-gallon. Fleet managers login to a secure Web site to view vehicle performance data and can receive reports e-mailed directly to their in-box daily, weekly, or monthly.

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