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Snap-On & Qualcomm to Co-Develop Wireless Products

July 13, 2004

Snap-On Inc. has entered into a strategic relationship with mobile communications firm Qualcomm Inc. to co-develop and market wireless products for customers in the transportation, logistics and heavy equipment industries worldwide, the companies announced on July 8.San Diego-based Qualcomm will work with Snap-On, which produces automotive diagnostics equipment, to develop integrated "remote diagnostics" and mobile asset management products. The companies plan to integrate Snap-On’s eTechnician application, a Web-based remote vehicle monitoring and diagnostics system, with Qualcomm's OmniTRACS fleet management system to provide enhanced asset management, remote diagnostics, and control of vehicle parameters. Snap-On’s eTechnician enables communication of vehicle diagnostic data and information to a central operations base.
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