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  • BeWhere (BEW) and Assured Telematics launch first of its kind Forklift Tracking and Management with Hiab Integration
  • ATI has been a BeWhere partner since 2016, and Hiab provides intelligent and sustainable load-handling solutions
  • BeWhere Forklift gives accurate tracking of indoor tracking by using WiFi and BLE micro-location
  • As for outdoor applications, tracking is used through GPS GLONASS, BeiDou, Galileo and QZSS
  • The BeWhere Forklift telematics platform accepts external power from six to 55 Volts and has an internal battery
  • BeWhere (BEW) is down 4.35 per cent on the day, trading at C$0.22 per share at 12:15 pm ET

BeWhere (BEW) launched the first-of-its-kind forklift tracking, monitoring and maintenance solution for its Moffett truck-mounted forklifts.

ATI has been a BeWhere partner since 2016.

The company works to be an industry leader, providing enterprise fleets with custom telematics solutions and applications.

Hiab is a leading provider of intelligent and sustainable load-handling solutions.

By partnering with BeWhere and Geotab, Assured Telematics can give the industry’s most accurate and detailed forklift insights and management solutions for indoor and outdoor tracking on electric and propane-powered forklifts.

Fully integrated within the MyGeotab fleet management platform, the BeWhere Forklift gives accurate tracking of indoor tracking by using WiFi and BLE micro-location. 

As for outdoor applications, tracking is used through GPS GLONASS, BeiDou, Galileo and QZSS.

The BeWhere Forklift telematics platform accepts external power from six to 55 Volts and has an internal battery, giving continuous tracking when external power is unavailable.

The hardware measures 2.24 x 1.4 x 0.79 inches.

Assured Telematics has also become the first telematics provider to integrate Hiab’s HiConnect platform with the MyGeotab platform fully.

Additionally, the engine data outputs include operational elements like engine speed, load and torque data with throttle position and fuel consumption.

According to Frank Pellitta, President of Assured Telematics, “The combination of using a manufacturer’s OEM telematics system, such as Hiab’s HiConnect, and third-party hardware […] to bring common data points into a platform […] is a huge step in supporting fleets […].”

BeWhere is a Mobile Internet of Things (M-IoT) solutions company that designs and sells self-powered hardware with sensors and software applications.

BeWhere (BEW) is down 4.35 per cent on the day, trading at C$0.22 per share at 12:15 pm ET.


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