BlackBerry has built on the capabilities of its Radar-M tracking device to develop Radar H2, enhancing connections with 4G LTE cellular networks and a wireless gateway that can connect to cargo sensors, tire pressure monitoring systems, brake sensors, and weigh-in-motion […]
As transportation-related technologies like tracking systems, electronic logging devices and autonomous vehicles emerge, BlackBerry – yes, that Blackberry — is betting future success on the need for robust security.
MISSISSAUGA, ON — When the leader of the free world embraces your product, you know you have a winner. So it was with BlackBerry — then known as Research in Motion — when it could boast dedicated smartphone users like U.S. President Barack Obama, who once said in an interview, “They’re going to pry it out of my hands.”
WATERLOO, ON – Pana-Pacific will be distributing BlackBerry Radar asset tracking systems, introducing the products through more than 2,800 heavy truck dealerships across North America.
Customers of Blackberry and Fleet Complete will now have the ability to remotely monitor their trucks from front to back, inside and out, on one interface.
This morning the companies announced they were forming a reselling partnership, which will allow Fleet Complete to sell and bundle Blackberry’s Radar with its other products, expanding its current fleet tracking and monitoring solutions.
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