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Navman Wireless Debuts AEMP-Compliant Consolidated Telematics Portal

Merges Data from All OEM & Navman Wireless-Tracked Heavy Equipment to Simplify Management of Mixed Fleets; Eliminates Need for Redundant Telematics Hardware

LAS VEGAS, March 4, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- Fleet tracking provider Navman Wireless USA today announced a new web-based telematics portal designed to streamline management of mixed heavy equipment fleets by consolidating machine data from all OEM and Navman Wireless-tracked assets into a single interface. The new solution complies with the AEMP Telematics Data Standard, provides one-stop fleetwide visibility without adding third-party hardware to machines that already have factory-installed OEM telematics, and supports integration of data into the enterprise office system for broader business use.

Fleet operators can request data access credentials from each OEM represented in their fleet. Data from each reporting source will be securely transmitted to operators' servers and then aggregated for use in the portal's widgets, dashboards, maps and reports.

Information available from the portal ranges from machine location, fleet utilization, fuel burn, and geofence and curfew violations to equipment use by jobsite, preventive maintenance schedules, and beyond. Related information such as machine inspection data and photographs of machine damage can be imported into the system for further data consolidation.

Other value-added features include the ability to sort reports by OEM, analyze data by machine category, and click to access real-time weather reporting from each jobsite to help fleet managers and equipment rental companies quickly ascertain the reason for low real-time utilization rates. Future enhancements such as idling data will be added as new versions of the AEMP standard dictate which data elements may be available from OEMs in a common format. 

"For the past decade, contractors with mixed fleets have been increasingly handicapped in their use of telematics by the fractured nature of the reporting. Only the largest fleets with exceptional budgets and large IT teams have been able to afford to consolidate the data from each OEM website," said Steve Blackburn, VP North America, Navman Wireless. "Our new portal offers a single view of all telematics data regardless of the source, giving operators insights and controls that can help drive new fleet efficiencies and profitability."

The new Navman Wireless portal is scheduled to begin beta testing in April. It will be available by subscription and priced according to the number of assets tracked, with Navman Wireless support and ongoing upgrades included in the subscription package.

Navman Wireless is hosting a hospitality suite, Room B at the Marriott Courtyard Las Vegas Convention Center, at this week's CONEXPO-CON/AGG conference. For more information, call 877-891-5009 or email [email protected].

About Navman Wireless
Navman Wireless is a global leader in GPS-based fleet optimization products and services, including real-time vehicle tracking and analytics that enable companies to monitor, measure and improve fleet-related costs and efficiencies. The company's technology currently monitors more than 200,000 vehicles owned by over 16,000 organizations on five continents, making Navman Wireless one of the world's largest fleet management providers. The company is based in Glenview, IL, with facilities in the U.S., Mexico, UK, Italy, Taiwan, Ireland, China, New Zealand and Australia. For more information, visit www.navmanwireless.com.

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