Aeris and Isotrak partners to deploy IoT connectivity and data visibility to fleet telematics customers

Mohsen Mohseninia, vice president
international market development, Aeris

Telematics and fleet management customers are looking to lower data costs and improve operational efficiencies through the use of data analytics. In answering these needs, Aeris, a pioneer and leader in the Internet of Things market, has announced its partnership with Isotrak Ltd. (@Isotrak), a global leader in fleet management software and fleet telematics systems, to provide improved cellular connectivity and data analytics for Isotrak’s global customers.

By leveraging Aeris’s machine-optimised and patented AerCore IoT and M2M network, AerPort connectivity platform and AerVoyance IoT and M2M analytics platform, Isotrak has added advanced capabilities to its recently announced 3iS FleetVision solution, a part of its real-time Active Transport Management System (ATMSi) fleet management system. Isotrak can now provide an unparalleled solution using business intelligence data to provide retailers and manufacturers with a total vision of their transportation ecosystem – including their own fleets as well as those of third-party suppliers.

The collaboration between Aeris and Isotrak will provide customers with a reliable mobile network optimised to meet the demands that IoT / M2M solutions for fleet management creates, while providing actionable visibility and measurement into the performance of vehicles and drivers through data analytics. Isotrak’s integrated supply-chain solutions depend on accessing near real-time data with robust alerting and reporting capabilities, which Aeris is able to deliver through its carrier-agnostic network.

Jason Price, sales and marketing director, Isotrak
Jason Price, sales and marketing director, Isotrak

Jason Price, sales and marketing director, Isotrak said: “Our fleet management system provides data for a total vision of a fleet manager’s transportation ecosystem. We wanted to ensure reliable connectivity services and data insights no matter where our customers are located. By leveraging Aeris’s expertise in IoT network solutions, we are able to quickly provide a robust, global solution that goes well beyond improved connectivity and competitive rate plans to offer customers real-time, useful information at their fingertips to help improve their cost structure.”

Aeris’s true global support of major cellular technology standards, such as Global System for Mobile(GSM), Code division multiple access(CDMA), and Long-Term Evolution(LTE), enables partners like Isotrak to offer customers flexibility and the potential for growth throughout the globe.

Mohsen Mohseninia, vice president for international market development, Aeris said: “The inherent security built into the Aeris system gives companies like Isotrak peace of mind, and the speed of onboarding, even with a private virtual network, provides a competitive advantage. We can deliver technology that can be quickly deployed and will show immediate value while also helping to reduce the time to market for new products and services.”

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