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AirIQ Launches Driver Behaviour Reporting

TORONTO, ONTARIO -- (Marketwired) -- 06/11/14 -- AirIQ Inc. (TSX VENTURE: IQ) a supplier of wireless asset management services, is pleased to announce a further enhancement to its suite of available reporting modules with the launch of its driver behavior report and dashboard. AirIQ fleet customers may now monitor individual driver behavior patterns to encourage safety, environmental responsibility and reduce costs. Using AirIQ's driver behavior report, customers can easily identify specific behavior, such as excessive speeding, harsh braking and rapid acceleration - signaling potential areas of concern. Customers may then use this information to encourage safe driving habits, thereby reducing accidents and costly repairs; develop driver training programs based on specific driving criteria; and identify and recognize safe and valuable drivers.

In addition, AirIQ's driver behaviour dashboard provides customers with a clear and concise summary of their entire fleet, providing real time activity of their mobile workforce. The dashboard automatically updates and enables customers to immediately identify potential issues so that they can reinforce responsible driving behavior or respond immediately to a possible safety-related event.

"Many of our customers in the oil and gas and construction markets have already implemented the driver behavior report and dashboard in their safety programs", stated Mike Robb, Interim President and Chief Executive Officer of AirIQ. "This addition to AirIQ's suite of vehicle location and management services offers customers even greater visibility to their most valuable assets - their drivers and their fleet vehicles", continued Mr. Robb.

About AirIQ

AirIQ currently trades on the TSX Venture Exchange under the symbol IQ. AirIQ's office is located in Pickering, Ontario, Canada. The Company offers a suite of asset management services that generate recurring revenues from each device deployed. AirIQ delivers services to two primary markets: Commercial Fleets and dealers that service Consumer segments. AirIQ provides vehicle owners with the ability to monitor, manage and protect their mobile assets. Services include: instant vehicle locating, boundary notification, automated inventory reports, maintenance reminders, security alerts and vehicle disabling and unauthorized movement alerts. For additional information on AirIQ or its products and services, please visit the Company's website at www.airiq.com.

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