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Remote monitoring, preventive maintenance, and asset tracking are the top three uses for IoT (Internet of Things) technology, according to a survey from Particle, which describes itself as the world's largest IoT platform.

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Momentum IoT Adds LTE-M Capability

Momentum IoT has added LTE-M connectivity to its Eagle 1 telematics device with a chipset supplied by Paris-based Sequans Communications S.A., the Long Beach, Calif.-based telematics provider has announced.

5 Service Fleet Challenges Telematics Can Fix

Service fleets have unique fleet safety and efficiency challenges that can be addressed by telematics – yet few service fleets have implemented this technology. But service fleets, such as lawn services and HVAC companies, can see major benefits from a telematics solution.

Spireon Grows Fleet, Asset Tracking Businesses

Spireon increased sales of its FleetLocate commercial vehicle tracking solution in 2018, and saw even stronger growth from its asset and trailer intelligence business, the telematics provider announced.

Solar-Powered Asset Tracker Lands on Geotab Marketplace

Geotab has added the TT600 solar-powered asset tracker by Flex to its marketplace platform to provide fleet managers with near real-time, detailed tracking information about trailers, containers, and generators, the telematics provider announced.

OnTerra Offers Asset Tracking App

OnTerra Systems has introduced a mobile app that offers lower-cost tracking and works with its RouteSavvy route optimization software, the Denver-based telematics provider announced.

Telematics rEvolution: Beyond the Vehicle

Connected-vehicle technology touches nearly aspect of fleet-based businesses. Plug in to discover all the ways big data, systems integrations, and new and exciting features are driving safety, efficiency, and productivity for automotive fleets.

Future Telematics Will Come From the Factory: Verizon Connect

Vehicle tracking and other commercial connected-vehicle technologies will eventually be purchased when a fleet manager orders the vehicle from the manucturer and will come equipped with the vehicle rather than be added as an aftermarket solution, Verizon Connect's chief executive said at the annual Latitude conference.