Fastrax GPS Technology Powers Indagon Telematics Device for Fleet Management

Fastrax GPS Technology Powers Indagon Telematics Device for Fleet Management

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Nokia Early Stage Technology Fund portfolio company Indagon Ltd., a developer and producer of high accuracy GPS-based positioning solutions introduced the first mobile telematics device for fleet management utilizing assisted GPS in GSM, GPRS
and TETRA networks at China’s premier technology event PT/EXPO COMM CHINA 2002. Indagon’s new MTT 110 positioning device is based on Fastrax iTrax02/8, a programmable 12-channel GPS receiver with the lowest power consumption on the market. Fastrax Ltd. is a developer of industry-leading GPS modules for optimal utilization of the Global Navigation Satellite Systems (GNSS). Indagon MTT 110 will be commercially available by December 2002.

Indagon is a Nokia TETRA application partner and is committed to provide innovative and customer driven telematics systems for fleet management in business and public sector usage in almost any network environment, scalable for a rapidly increasing number of real-time users. When simple location data is combined with status, activity and availability information the combination enables endless possibilities to create new services and service interactions in field of vehicle management.