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Monthly Archives: September 2016

C.R. England Keeps its Cool with State-of-the-Art Trailer Tracking

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Discover how one of the biggest carriers of refrigerated cargo in North America, C.R. England, tapped ORBCOMM for an advanced end-to-end reefer tracking and monitoring solution that delivered new capabilities and fast return on investment… C.R. England is one of

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Playing Well with Others

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If there’s one thing that can be said of ORBCOMM’s industry-leading reefer tracking and trailer telematics applications, it’s that we play well with others. ORBCOMM’s versatile applications integrate with top Transportation Management Systems (including McLeod Software, TMW Systems and PeopleNet)

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AIS Data Shines a Light on Global Commercial Fishing Activity

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September 15, 2016 marks the beginning of a new era for ocean resource conservation. Oceana, Google and SkyTruth have launched their collaboration to end Illegal, Unreported and Unregulated (IUU) fishing. Global Fishing Watch is a public platform that identifies fishing vessels and

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Remote Container Management: The Future is Here

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The future of refrigerated container tracking is here. Customer demand for remote container management is on the rise and companies are turning to the latest technologies to keep up with the competition. While container tracking has been around a long

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Stacking Up: Introducing the Complete Enterprise IoT Toolkit

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There is certainly a lot of hype surrounding the Internet of Things, as evidenced by the huge IoT focus at this year’s CTIA Super Mobility Week in Las Vegas (drop by booth 4837 if you’re here with us!). Every year

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Business Continuity: Taking Wireless Failover to the Next Level

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Today, everything is connected. Whether it’s a vehicle fleet connected to a central server, digital signage scattered throughout the city, point of sale devices at distributed retail locations or simply the primary network at a company’s headquarters, uninterrupted network connectivity

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Improve Driver Retention by Adding Technology to Your Trailer Operation

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Driver shortages and high turnover are some of the key challenges facing the trucking industry today. In 2014, the American Trucking Association (ATA) estimated a shortage of 30,000 drivers in the US, with the numbers expected to grow to a

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