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Canadian ELD Update: What You Need to Know as the Deadline Looms

Free Live Webinar Hosted by Today’s TruckingCanadian ELD Update: What You Need to Know as the Deadline LoomsWednesday, April 21, 2021, 1:00 PM EDT The landscape around the Canadian ELD mandate is changing quickly. Even if you’ve attended a previous

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COVID-19 Vaccine Transport Logistics: Supporting the (Very) Cold Supply Chain

As big pharma announces the success of experimental COVID-19 vaccines, global distribution of the vaccine is fast approaching, and the sensitive freight will require strict temperature compliance. It means vaccines will need to be transported as cold as -70 degrees

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How Smart Technology is Your Fleet’s Competitive Edge in the Economic Recovery: Live Webinar

Free Live Webinar: Thursday, June 18, 2020, 2pm EDT COVID-19 has disrupted freight transportation in ways never seen before. Still reeling from the freight shift, carriers are grappling with these new challenges. Working from home means many are focusing more

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Dual-Mode Satellite/Cellular IoT: The Next Generation – Live Webinar Coming May 5

With COVID-19 changing the world as we know it, our first wish is that this finds you safe and well. For those of us fortunate enough to continue working, we’re facing up to the prospect of doing so from home

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FMCSA Publishes COVID-19 Emergency Declaration

On March 13, the United States Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration (“FMCSA”), published an Emergency Declaration which suspends Hours of Service (HOS) for drivers providing direct assistance to the COVID-19 outbreak relief effort. Per the FMCSA, the declaration is in

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10 Articles That Caught Our Eye in 2018: Industrial IoT, Satellite, and Telematics Developments 

This past year saw plenty of interesting developments in the world of the Industrial Internet of Things (IoT), satellite and telematics. At ORBCOMM, we closely monitor these trends to keep readers up-to-date on the latest evolutions and shifts in industry dynamics. These

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IoT and M2M Solutions Webinar Coming Oct. 23!

Gartner forecasts that there will more than 20 billion connected assets by 2020. But how do you take the promise of the Internet of Things and translate it into effective solutions that deliver more value for your customers—all while saving

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Taking GPS Tracking to the Extreme at Rhino Charge 2018

ORBCOMM devices and connectivity are designed to handle even the toughest demands of non-stop real-time security, safety and tracking in some of Africa’s most extreme locations. How rugged? Every year, ORBCOMM’s dual-mode cellular-satellite IDP-782 device is put through extreme data requirements

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Top Telematics Resources You Should Bookmark Today

For the most reliable and informative online resources pertaining to transportation telematics, here is our list of blogs and websites to bookmark today. Covering everything from telematics-related news to articles on fleet management, compliance, fleet safety and more, these resources

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The Future of Industrial IoT, Satellite M2M and Telematics

Mobile Satellite Users Association (MSUA) Member Interview | John Stolte: Executive VP of Technology and Operations, ORBCOMM & MSUA Board Treasurer Catherine Melquist (President, MSUA):  It was great seeing you at MSUA’s awards luncheon during SATELLITE18 and I appreciate you

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