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Next-Generation, Global IoT Service: Video Interview with ORBCOMM & Inmarsat CEOs

A new video interview was just released with Marc Eisenberg, Chief Executive Officer of ORBCOMM, and Rupert Pearce, Chief Executive Officer of Inmarsat, to expand upon their enhanced partnership announced last week. The interview is hosted by satellite industry expert

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A Giant Leap Forward for Maritime IoT

We are proud to be a part of the recently announced partnership with AAC Clyde Space AB and SAAB AB that is ushering in a new era in maritime communications through the development of the next generation of a space-based

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Webinar: Join Transportation Experts to Re-Evaluate the Supply Chain

We’re looking forward to adding our voice on the future of transportation to the upcoming Expert Webinar Panel: Re-Evaluating the Supply Chain.  Facilitated by Berkeley Innovation X-labs, the expert panel will answer questions on where transportation and trucking are going, how the industry is innovating, how it should innovate and

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Data-Driven Understanding and Driver Retention are Key for Transportation Companies to Emerge Stronger from COVID-19

Every transportation business in the US and Canada has faced its challenges during the COVID-19 crisis. As fleets attempted to maintain a revenue stream, they were forced to amend employment procedures to combat virus transmission, change lane and trip policies

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Hours of Service Rule Change Proposal: The FMCSA Describes New Rules to Increase Flexibility

A major shake-up of Hours of Service rules is on the cards after the Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration (FMCSA) announced its proposal to update the regulations.  The long-awaited new hours of service rules would give carriers and drivers more

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Third-party Verification Announced for ORBCOMM’s ELD Solution

The ORBCOMM Electronic Logging Device (ELD) has been independently tested and validated by FPInnovations, also known as the PIT Group, to confirm that it fully adheres to ELD guidelines as set out by the Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration (FMCSA).

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Heavy Equipment Telematics, Digitalization, Automation and Efficiency: Top Trends at bauma 2019

Digitalization, automation and efficiency are reshaping the global supply and operation of heavy construction machinery. These core topics dominated the debate at the recent bauma 2019 show in Munich, where ORBCOMM exhibited alongside nearly 4,000 equipment and solutions providers from

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Discover the Future of Asset Tracking Technology at TCA 2019

The 2019 Truckload Carriers Association Annual Convention is officially underway in Las Vegas, NV, and we’ve got some exciting news to share. ORBCOMM has just launched our next-generation, solar-powered GT 1200 Series of devices that significantly enhance our current trailer

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A Look Back at 2018: ORBCOMM’s Year of Growth, Insight and Innovation

As we look forward to another eventful year, ORBCOMM would like to wish every success in 2019 to all our customers, channel partners, suppliers and business colleagues around the world. As usual, we are taking a moment to look back

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IoT Innovation at IAA 2018: What the Future Holds for Commercial Vehicles

It’s clear that Internet of Things (IoT) is already playing a vital role with technology: with compliance, asset visibility, fuel efficiency and solving operational challenges. In this ever-changing and competitive transport and logistics environment, IoT technology is moving things even further forward – a lynchpin of digitization and connectivity, the drivers of innovation in commercial vehicles.     The ORBCOMM

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