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Samsara is a provider of Industrial IoT platform as a service (paas), application infrastructure and middleware, analytics and modeling, functional applications, networks and connectivity, and sensors technologies, and also active in the construction and infrastructure, and transportation industries.
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Leading landscaping firm serving central Illinois streamlines operations with Samsara’s real-time fleet tracking solution: • 30+ vehicle fleet includes International Terrastar dump trucks and flatbeds, medium- and light-duty pickups from Ford and Chevrolet. Winter fleet includes of snow plows and salters.
How ITS ConGlobal Pioneered Fleet Electrification in their Industry
Needed a plan for investing in fleet electrification ITS ConGlobal (ITSC), one of the largest transportation support companies in the U.S., has long believed that it must operate sustainably—especially as the transportation and logistics industry is a leading source of CO2 emissions. Recent legislation aims to reduce greenhouse gasses (GHG) emissions from operations in the private sector. Still, ITSC has consistently invested in sustainable operations and stays well ahead of government-imposed regulations and timelines. In particular, they were interested in switching from diesel to electric vehicles (EVs). EVs are a significant investment of time and resources, especially considering the diverse needs of ITSC’s mixed fleet. They put together a systematic, data-driven plan for electrifying their fleet, starting with a pilot.
Summit Materials: Enhancing Safety and Sustainability with IoT
Summit Materials, a leading integrated construction materials solution provider, was facing challenges in achieving their Environmental, Social, and Governance (ESG) goals due to decentralized solutions for telematics, safety, and site visibility. This decentralization led to gaps in their data and reporting, making it difficult to track progress against their goals. Their operations spanned across 22 U.S. states and British Columbia, Canada, further complicating the tracking process. Summit needed a technology partner that could consolidate their over the road fleet safety, emissions, and fuel consumption data into a single platform for better visibility and data reliability.
Trasporti Romagna Enhances Operational Efficiency with Samsara's IoT Solution
Trasporti Romagna, an Italian logistics and transport company established in 1923, was seeking ways to increase the efficiency, security, and reliability of its fleet operations. The company aimed to expand its market share and strengthen its competitive edge. However, the legacy telematics system they were using was a significant obstacle. It offered poor visibility and usability, and lacked the integration of dash cams with the operations platform. This outdated system was hindering the company's ability to monitor and manage its fleet effectively, thereby affecting its overall operational efficiency and safety.
Improving Safety and Reducing Liability in Taxi & Limousine Services with IoT
Aeroport Taxi & Limousine Services, a large fleet management company in Ontario, Canada, was facing significant challenges in managing driver safety and liability across its fleet of over 3,000 vehicles and drivers. The company's previous dash cam vendor had limitations that didn't meet their needs. The footage was automatically overwritten once the dash cam's memory card reached capacity, making it difficult to investigate incidents and refute false claims. Additionally, the lack of in-cab alerts meant that drivers could only be coached after an incident had already occurred. This lack of real-time feedback and visibility into incidents put Aeroport at risk for false claims and increased insurance costs. Aeroport needed a solution that could provide real-time feedback for drivers and better visibility into incidents to improve safety and protect their business.
Optimizing Safety and Efficiency in Transportation: A Case Study on All Aboard America
All Aboard America (AAA), a passenger transportation company operating private charters and public routes in three states, was facing challenges with their disconnected, manual processes that strained resources and limited data-backed decision making. They were using disparate, legacy systems for reporting, driver coaching, and tracking the efficiency and health of their fleet. Without access to detailed data from a single source of truth, making informed business decisions was a challenge. AAA needed a solution that would connect their operations to provide greater data insights, streamline administrative work, and proactively ensure the safety of their drivers and passengers.
Digital Transformation of American Cementing: Enhancing Efficiency with IoT
American Cementing, a leader in cementing services for the oil and gas industry, was grappling with inefficiencies in their operations due to manual and paper-based administrative processes. The field technicians had to deal with a plethora of paper documents such as pre-inspection reports and fuel receipts before operating heavy equipment at well sites. This not only increased the chances of human error but also slowed down the process. The back-office team was also burdened with the task of managing the paperwork manually. Additionally, the payroll process was time-consuming and prone to inaccuracies as driver logs and the internal payroll software were not integrated. This led to issues such as inaccurate payments and a lowered employee experience when drivers forgot to log off once they were off duty.
Enhancing Safety and Efficiency in Bakery Operations: Aunt Millie's Case Study
Aunt Millie’s, a century-old bakery business, faced significant challenges in ensuring worker safety and operational efficiency across its 5 bakeries, 55 distribution centers, and a fleet of 600+ delivery vehicles. The company had a legacy security camera system in place, but it was inefficient and costly. Only a few users could access the footage due to a high license fee per user. Moreover, video retrieval was a time-consuming process, often taking hours to manually find and review footage. This reactive approach to safety incidents was inefficient and in some cases, incidents were not reviewed at all. The company also faced issues with catalytic converter theft. Aunt Millie’s needed a solution that would improve visibility, enable proactive safety measures, and increase back-office efficiency.
Berkeley County School District Enhances Student Safety and Streamlines Parent Communication with IoT
Berkeley County School District in West Virginia, responsible for transporting over 17,000 students daily, faced significant challenges in ensuring student safety and efficient communication with parents. The district had limited visibility into the real-time location of their school buses, making it difficult to monitor and respond to safety concerns. Their existing camera system offered only basic functionality, and retrieving footage was a time-consuming process. This lack of real-time visibility made it difficult to detect and address risky driving behaviors. Furthermore, parents often raised concerns about school bus delays and student safety, but due to the lag time from their legacy GPS vendor, the district was unable to provide accurate and timely information. Each safety concern call took up to 15 minutes to investigate, highlighting the need for a more efficient solution.
BioTrans' Transformation: Enhancing Service and Reliability with IoT
BioTrans, a leading logistics service provider for the Laboratory Research transportation industry in North America, faced a significant challenge in maintaining the integrity of their temperature-sensitive cargo. The company transports research models that require precise temperature control throughout delivery, with a variance of just a few degrees potentially compromising the load. Each classification type also requires a specific temperature range, adding to the complexity of the logistical challenge. Prior to implementing Samsara, BioTrans' quality control team could only effectively monitor temperatures for eight hours per day when someone was on shift. During the remaining 16 hours, drivers would not receive out-of-range temperature alerts, leading to cargo loss that cost BioTrans anywhere between $2,000 to $20,000 and damaged customer relationships.
Brothers Food Services Enhances Safety and Efficiency with Site Visibility
Brothers Food Services (BFS), one of the largest produce distributors in Texas, faced a significant challenge in maintaining employee safety across their vast operations. With over 500,000 square feet of warehousing space spread across four main distribution centers, BFS needed a system that could streamline incident investigation and save labor hours. Their previous camera systems were time-consuming and inefficient, often taking hours to locate the correct video footage for incident investigation. This reactive approach was not only labor-intensive but also hindered their ability to promptly address safety incidents.
CR Jackson's Transformation: Saving $120K with Integrated IoT Asset Tracking
CR Jackson, a South Carolina-based infrastructure company, was facing significant operational challenges due to the lack of a unified system for managing their equipment, vehicles, drivers, and back-office operations. They were using multiple vendors for compliance management, equipment tracking, and light fleet management, which resulted in scattered processes across different systems and paperwork. This lack of integration led to issues around asset protection, driver exoneration, and operational inefficiency. The company had also experienced theft of expensive equipment on multiple occasions, which further emphasized the need for a robust and cost-effective tracking solution. They needed a single integrated platform that could unify their mission-critical processes and provide real-time visibility across their assets.
Improving Driver Safety with IoT: A Case Study on Chalk Mountain Services
Chalk Mountain Services, a leader in the oilfield services industry, was facing a significant challenge with driver safety. The company, which manages the transportation and logistics of sand and water across Texas and New Mexico, had limited visibility into the safety of their drivers on the road. This lack of insight was leading to preventable accidents and unnecessary worker’s compensation payouts, which were costing the business significantly. Without video evidence, Chalk Mountain was unable to exonerate innocent drivers from not-at-fault accidents and false claims. The company was in search of a solution that would not only enhance driver safety but also engage drivers in the process.
Enhancing Efficiency and Compliance in Atlanta's Aviation Department through IoT
The City of Atlanta's Department of Aviation is tasked with maintaining the vast land surrounding the Atlanta Airport, the busiest airport globally. A critical part of this maintenance involves keeping the grass mowed to a specific height as per FAA regulations to prevent attracting wildlife like birds, which pose a safety risk to aircraft. However, the department faced significant challenges in ensuring this compliance due to limited visibility into the mowing operations. They relied on manual work orders and line-of-sight supervision, which did not provide any means to confirm whether the grass was mowed correctly or even mowed at all unless a supervisor was physically present to oversee the process.
ConGlobal's Pioneering Journey Towards Fleet Electrification
ConGlobal, one of the largest transportation support companies in the U.S., was faced with the challenge of transitioning towards sustainable operations. The transportation and logistics industry is a significant contributor to CO2 emissions, and recent legislation has been pushing for a reduction in greenhouse gas emissions from private sector operations. ConGlobal, however, has always been proactive in its approach towards sustainability, staying ahead of government-imposed regulations and timelines. They were particularly interested in transitioning from diesel to electric vehicles (EVs). However, this transition represented a significant investment of time and resources, especially considering the diverse needs of ConGlobal’s mixed fleet. They needed a systematic, data-driven plan for electrifying their fleet, starting with a pilot.
Coshocton Trucking's Digital Transformation: Saving $650K+ in Insurance and Fuel Costs
Coshocton Trucking, a transportation service provider in the U.S. for over 30 years, was grappling with outdated operational technology and manual processes. The company's operations were hampered by a lack of visibility into key areas such as fuel usage and driver safety, which led to increased costs and inefficiencies. The introduction of Hours of Service (HOS) regulations by the FMCSA further complicated matters, as Coshocton's paper-based processes were ill-equipped to handle the assignment and monitoring of driver hours. Rising fuel costs and growing operations exacerbated the problem, with the company unable to reduce idling and minimize costs due to limited visibility into fuel consumption. Additionally, a reactive approach to driver safety led to risky driving behaviors and thousands of dollars in insurance claims. To support their growing business, Coshocton needed to modernize their technology stack to improve safety, efficiency, and competitiveness.
Maximizing Fleet Operations: A Unified Approach by Dohrn Transfer Company
Dohrn Transfer Company, a less-than-truckload carrier providing trucking services and local delivery across the United States, faced a challenge in unifying their data to improve safety and operational efficiency across their organization. Initially, they were seeking a modern, driver-friendly solution to ensure their fleet of over 600 assets remained compliant with ELD regulations as they operated across 14 states and 22 terminals. However, as they evaluated various providers, they realized their needs extended beyond just ELD compliance. Dohrn sought an integrated solution that could connect their data and consolidate their fleet operations in a single platform. They saw an opportunity to leverage real-time data to improve operations such as trailer management, chain of custody, dispatch, maintenance diagnostics, fuel usage, and driver safety.
Empowering Drivers to Enhance Safety: A Case Study on Eurovia USA and Samsara
Eurovia USA, a company with a fleet of over 2,000 vehicles engaged in roadway maintenance, faced a significant challenge in ensuring the safety of their drivers. The company suspected that unsafe in-cab activities, particularly mobile usage, were leading to an increase in incidents. Additionally, they needed to ensure that seatbelts were being worn consistently to protect drivers from potential injuries. However, without visibility into the cab, Eurovia USA was unable to identify the causes of safety incidents or risky behaviors. They were in need of a proactive safety solution that could improve in-cab visibility, provide real-time feedback for risky behaviors, and empower drivers to improve their habits on the road before an incident occurred.
Improving Driver Safety with IoT: A Case Study on Foundation Building Materials
Foundation Building Materials (FBM), one of North America's leading distributors of building materials, prioritizes safety as its core value. With a fleet of 4,500 vehicles and heavy equipment, and over 5,500 employees across 270+ branches, maintaining driver safety and training is a significant challenge. As the company grew, it faced difficulties in scaling its safety programs due to the limitations of its legacy telematics and scheduling systems. These systems were not integrated with their driver safety program, making it challenging to gain insights into driver performance. The need for better technology to enhance visibility into driver performance and safety became increasingly apparent.
Empowering Fleet Management with IoT: A Case Study on Fraikin UK and Samsara
Fraikin Ltd, one of the largest providers of commercial vehicle contract hire and rental solutions in the UK, was seeking to differentiate itself in the market. The company aimed to evolve from being a mere supplier of vehicles to a provider of comprehensive fleet management solutions. To achieve this, Fraikin needed a way to measure and analyze critical data insights that could help its 200+ customers optimize their fleet operations. The challenge was to find a solution that could provide actionable data on various aspects of fleet management, including mileage, fuel efficiency, idling ratio, and vehicle downtime. The solution also needed to be easy to install and user-friendly, causing minimal disruption to the customers' operations.
Fraley & Schilling's Digital Transformation with Samsara Connected Operations Cloud
Fraley & Schilling (F&S), a premier lightweight fleet operator in the eastern United States, was in need of a unified platform to replace outdated operating models and drive digital transformation across the organization. The company was seeking a technology partner that would empower drivers to own their safety journey, personalize their driver experience, and improve safety. The F&S team also needed to automate vehicle and equipment monitoring capabilities to replace unreliable and labor-intensive spreadsheets. The challenge was to ensure continuous driver experience improvements in a competitive market and to build a world-class driver experience.
How Heniff Reduces Driver & Onsite Incidents With Connected Video
Heniff Transportation, a bulk liquid transporter with over 1,800 drivers and 80 terminal locations, was facing significant safety challenges both on the road and at their worksites. The company was held liable for over half of the claims filed against it due to limited video visibility, which made it difficult to capture evidence of fraudulent incidents and protect drivers. At their terminal locations, workers often encountered slippery floors or extreme weather, leading to injury claims averaging $10,000 per incident. The company's legacy onsite security cameras provided limited visibility and required manually viewing every minute of footage to find and review an incident. Furthermore, their systems were siloed, making incident review inefficient for managers looking for a comprehensive understanding of events. When an incident did occur, it was difficult for Heniff to properly investigate and quickly retrieve video footage for a driving or onsite event.
Hoskins Equipment: Achieving Operational Excellence through Unified IoT Approach
Hoskins Equipment, a leader in high-reach equipment rentals, was facing a challenge in maintaining their standard of operational excellence across their 1,400 pieces of equipment, 30 vehicles, and multiple sites. The company lacked clear visibility into their physical operations and needed a way to operate more efficiently. They were seeking a solution that would enable them to stretch their resources further and work better and faster. The company saw an opportunity to digitize their processes and take a unified approach to their operations across their drivers, assets, and facilities. They were in search of an integrated solution that could consolidate these solutions within a single platform, thereby maximizing efficiency and centralizing their operations.
Liberty Energy: Scaling Innovation with Data and Technology
Liberty Energy, a leader in oilfield services, was faced with the challenge of streamlining their dispersed operations on a single platform and connecting their data and technology. The company's mission is to transform the oil and gas industry in practice and reputation, using technology and data to improve safety, efficiency, and sustainability. However, their existing systems were decentralized and produced inaccurate data, which limited visibility and reporting. Operating in some of the most remote and hazardous environments in the country, Liberty Energy needed a unified solution that would provide accurate, real-time data, ensure the safety of their distributed teams, and improve their operational efficiency.
M Group Services Enhances Fleet Safety with Samsara's IoT Solutions
M Group Services Plant & Fleet Solutions (MGSPFS), a leading infrastructure services provider in the UK and Ireland, faced a significant challenge in reducing road traffic incidents involving their fleet. With a large number of vehicles on the road at any given time, the company needed to enhance its visibility of road incidents to preemptively prevent them. The goal was not only to ensure the safety of their drivers but also to reduce related insurance premiums. Despite having a strong culture of safety and efficiency, the lack of real-time monitoring and predictive insights made it difficult for MGSPFS to achieve its safety objectives.
Otto Car Enhances Driver Safety with Samsara's AI-Powered Solutions
Otto Car, London’s largest provider of private hire cars, was facing a significant challenge in ensuring the safety of its drivers and passengers. The company supports over 8,000 rideshare drivers, providing services ranging from licensing to claims advice to driver coaching. As an official partner of Uber, Free Now, and Bolt, Otto Car lends PCO cars to private hire drivers across the UK, making safety a top priority. However, the company was struggling with unreliable telematics and limited data, which hindered its ability to accurately monitor driver safety and provide effective driver coaching to improve it. The lack of reliable data made it difficult for Otto Car to identify high-risk drivers and take appropriate action to mitigate risks.
Papa & Barkley's Transformation of Onsite Operations with Samsara Site Visibility
Papa & Barkley, a cannabis manufacturer and distributor, faced significant challenges in managing their facilities. With four different facilities primarily located in Eureka, California, they had to adhere to strict safety requirements and specialized regulations for the cannabis industry. This necessitated real-time visibility and facility security. To ensure compliance and safety, they employed Facility Intelligence Coordinators (FICs) to monitor their operations 24/7 using a legacy camera system. However, with 167 cameras monitoring a collective 79,000 square feet, manually reviewing footage was time-consuming and led to burnout among the FICs. Additionally, the City of Eureka and the state of California conducted surprise inspections, for which retrieving video footage was essential. Before Samsara, finding the right footage could take hours. As a rapidly growing company, Papa & Barkley needed an onsite camera system that could streamline their processes and scale with them.
Building a Culture of Safety: A Case Study on PODS Moving & Storage
PODS Moving & Storage, a national moving and storage company operating across the United States and Canada, faced a significant challenge in ensuring the safety of their drivers and the belongings they transported. The company had no real-time data or visibility into the status of their drivers, making it difficult to engage with them actively, coach them on risky behavior, or acknowledge their performance improvements. The existing solution did not provide fleet managers with real-time data, which was a significant hindrance in case of accidents or driver injuries. The lack of immediate assistance and feedback mechanisms led to less than satisfactory driving.
Road Commission of Kalamazoo County's Transformation with IoT: A $60K Saving Case Study
The Road Commission of Kalamazoo County (RCKC) is tasked with maintaining over 1,200 miles of road, 63 bridges, more than 27,000 road signs, and numerous traffic signals across Kalamazoo County, Michigan. Their work ranges from road maintenance to asset management, township relations, and safety service requests. Prior to implementing Samsara, the RCKC was using a legacy GPS provider that was unreliable and limited in its functionality. Their team relied on paper-based workflows for driver vehicle inspection reports (DVIRs), which led to reactive equipment maintenance, unexpected downtime, and costly repairs. The RCKC was in need of a more efficient way to manage their expansive operations, seeking a technology partner that could enhance their operations from end to end, and empower their personnel and the community they serve.
Roto-Rooter's Investment in Safety at Scale with Samsara
Roto-Rooter, a leading plumbing and water clean-up company in the United States, faced a significant challenge in managing the safety of its large fleet of service vehicles. With over 1,200 drivers constantly on the move, the company needed a solution that would allow them to communicate with drivers effectively while also ensuring their safety. The company's operations, which involved dispatching vehicles based on timing, proximity, and urgency, were primarily conducted on mobile devices. This led to issues with driver distraction. The company needed a solution that would allow them to communicate with drivers while also protecting them from distractions. The challenge was to find a solution that would enable them to invest in safety at scale.
Enhancing Technician Safety and Operational Efficiency: A Case Study on Satellites Unlimited
Satellites Unlimited (SUI), a leading regional service provider for a major national satellite company, was facing significant challenges in building a cutting-edge safety program. The company's safety program was largely based on anecdotal evidence from technicians and managers, which did not allow them to reliably identify the root cause of safety incidents. This became a pressing issue when SUI experienced two catastrophic vehicle incidents, resulting in multi-million dollar worker’s compensation claims. The company was aware of issues such as tailgating and distracted driving, but lacked the means to prove it. Therefore, SUI sought a solution that would provide an unbiased source of truth about what was happening in the cab when technicians were out on the road.
Summit Materials: Leveraging IoT for Enhanced Safety and Sustainability
Summit Materials, a leading integrated construction materials solution provider, faced challenges in achieving their Environmental, Social, and Governance (ESG) goals due to decentralized solutions for telematics, safety, and site visibility. This decentralization led to gaps in their data and reporting, hindering their progress towards their ambitious safety and sustainability goals. The company's vast operations, spanning 22 U.S. states and British Columbia, Canada, made it difficult to track progress against their goals. They needed a technology partner that could consolidate their over-the-road fleet safety, emissions, and fuel consumption data into a single platform, improving visibility across their distributed operations.
Enhancing Operational Efficiency and Security with IoT: A Case Study on Teichert
Teichert, a California-based construction and materials producer company, faced significant challenges due to limited visibility across its vast operations. With over 30 locations, hundreds of vehicles, and thousands of employees, real-time visibility into their entire operations was critical. The company was heavily reliant on its assets and materials for its work, making it essential to ensure adequate resources were available and located where needed. The company was also grappling with ongoing thefts, which necessitated an easy-to-use camera solution to help them quickly investigate, resolve, and prevent future thefts. The lack of an efficient system led to countless hours spent reviewing video footage, which was both time-consuming and inefficient.
U.S. Logistics Solutions Empowers Drivers with Mobile-First Technology, Saving Time and Money
U.S. Logistics Solutions, a final-mile logistics company, was facing significant challenges due to their use of several disconnected, legacy systems. These systems were inefficient, provided limited visibility into their operations, and lacked customizability for their workforce. The company's processes were largely manual and relied on paper logs and reports, which were error-prone and time-consuming. Lack of visibility from the cab to their warehouses posed another challenge. Without insight into how their drivers were performing or what was happening in their terminals, training opportunities for their team were limited. The company needed an advanced solution to improve their productivity, safety, and employees’ experience.
Transforming Driver Workflows: A Case Study on UniGroup and Samsara
UniGroup, a $1.5 billion transportation cooperative, faced a unique challenge due to its complex organizational model. The cooperative, which handles one-third of all professional moves in the United States, is owned by over 160 member agencies. This structure necessitates that their drivers switch between multiple operating authorities (MOAs), complicating the tracking of miles and hours of service (HOS). The need to streamline HOS management and maintain compliance with federal regulations was paramount. However, the solution had to be easy to install and capable of innovating alongside UniGroup's evolving needs.
Univar Solutions: Leveraging IoT for Competitive Advantage
Univar Solutions, one of the world’s largest chemical and ingredient distributors, was facing a significant challenge. Their data was siloed across different systems, making it difficult to drive efficiency and safety improvements at scale. This was hindering their innovation and agility. The company was in dire need of upgrading their compliance solution and was seeking a technology partner that could provide a range of applications that would scale and evolve with their needs. Market challenges, such as labor shortage and international supply chain delays, further intensified their resolve to invest in innovative technology to capture and act on critical data in real time.
Van der Linden Enhances Driver Safety and Avoids Fines with Samsara
Van der Linden, a 125-year-old road transportation company based in the Netherlands, was facing a significant challenge due to outdated systems. The company, which specializes in dedicated delivery services, was struggling to monitor driver hours and maintain compliance with EU rules. In the Netherlands, if a driver is fined for driving too many hours without observing the mandatory rest periods, the employer is required to pay a fine double that amount. With the minimum fine for drivers set at €220, Van der Linden was at risk of incurring substantial costs from non-compliance across its growing fleet. The company's traditional method of drivers clocking in with timecards and manually reporting monthly truck data was proving to be inefficient and error-prone.
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SenSat turns complex visual and spatial data into a real time simulated reality that helps computers solve real world problems. The cloud-based technology allows companies operating in physical domains, such as infrastructure construction, to make more informed decisions based on multiple variables at large scale and complexity. SenSat call this ??òVisual Intelligence???, a subset of Artificial Intelligence focussed on teaching computers how to understand and interact with the real world.Their simulated realities replicate real-world locations in real time, bringing clarity to complex visual and spatial data. This helps you to make smarter, faster and safer decisions based on real world information. Their cloud-based technology Mapp? allows companies operating in physical domains to make more informed decisions based on multiple variables at large scale and complexity.
Sixth Energy Technologies Private Limited
6th Energy Technologies is a leading Energy, Environment and Water Data Intelligence Company. Their current focus is on providing end-to-end remote management solutions for Data Centers, Businesses, Banks, Telecom and Enterprise Infrastructures. They remotely monitor and manage power and cooling equipment in telecom towers (BSC, BTS), telecom switching centers (MSC), Data centers, Industrial locations, enterprise buildings, off-grid and grid-tie renewable energy power stations, etc. 6th Energy's wireless solutions include collection and analysis of energy and environmental data, mining, creating alerts and reports thereby providing valuable energy optimization and control solutions to their users. Their in-house R&D has created advanced, scalable and robust systems which have been successfully deployed in thousands of locations around the world. Their customers have reported significant operational and commercial benefits, showing ROI within 6 to 10 months. 6th Energy is driven by a core team of professionals with varied educational background and long international experience in the telecom and energy domain. Some of their team members have been part of companies like Ericsson etc. Their team members have authored many patents in their past with many more in the pipeline as part of their R&D work at 6th Energy. Their trademark solution - 6E IoT Platform consists of robust hardware, Firmware, software, and our tools and services.More to Know: https://www.6thenergy.com/
TrackoBit is the fastest growing Telematics software company based out of India. We are determined to expand to every corner of the world and connect the remotest of areas with the latest GPS Tracking technology. We have been in business since 2018. We have covered more than 1100 cities with around 1,00,000 vehicles running on our portal. Our network is growing every day with new vehicles joining in every minute and fresh data coming in every millisecond. Our software works day and night, ensuring impeccable accuracy of data along with the uptime of 99.9% which is one of the best in the industry. Companies riding with us - Amazon India, Maruti Suzuki, Red Bus, Tata Steel, TCI, Bonn Breads and many more.
Inseego is a global provider of software-as-a-service and solutions for the Internet of Things. It sells its telematics solutions under the Ctrack brand, including its fleet management, asset tracking, and monitoring, stolen vehicle recovery, and usage-based insurance platforms. Inseego also sells business connectivity solutions and device management services through Novatel Wireless, Inc. and Feeney Wireless ("FW").