Trafficmaster goes global with Telenor Connexion

Stockholm, Sweden – Telenor Connexion has been selected as communications partner for Trafficmaster’s global rollout of its stolen vehicle tracking solution.

Trafficmaster is a fast-growing UK-based telematics company providing integrated, intelligent driving services that reduce costs, improve efficiency and reduce carbon footprint. With customers such as Jaguar, Land Rover, Range Rover and BMW the company is now looking to further expand its services globally.

As part of a global development programme, Trafficmaster’s stolen vehicle tracking business required an advanced global roaming solution for data communications and turned to Telenor Connexion to deliver a solution that could match these expectations.


”Telenor Connexion was selected based on its ability to provide a global data tariff and service, with a proven technical infrastructure supported by a professional pre-sales team that qualified the requirements of the business and offered a solution that was easily integrated into the existing telecoms platform. We are now in an excellent position to develop a worldwide stolen vehicle tracking network, supported by a proven communications partner,” says John Lawrence, Managing Director of Trafficmaster’s stolen vehicle tracking business.

“The connected business solution we have provided will allow Trafficmaster to have real time control of their device connectivity portfolio both now and in the future as they expand their global markets,” says Andrea Sroczynski, Head of Global Automotive Sales at Telenor Connexion.


Telenor Connexion designed and built a resilient global solution for Trafficmaster that enables international expansion via a single service portal for the customer to confidently deploy their tracking and recovery services to any required territory.

The global reach is achieved by utilising a customised M2M SIM coupled with customisable roaming profiles and price plans which can be used to geo-fence the solution, eliminate bill shock and control costs.

“Trafficmaster is renowned for their high-tech focus. We are proud to be part of  their vehicle tracking system already approved by over 20 major car manufacturers throughout the world,” says Dean Woods, Head of Region UK & Ireland.



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