Cellocator launches asset tracker at CTIA Super Mobility
September 8, 2015
Israel-based Cellocator is introducing the CelloTrack Nano and enhanced Cello-Caniq logistics and fleet management products at this week’s CTIA Super Mobility in Las Vegas.
The CelloTrack Nano system enables real-time status monitoring of goods in transit. This includes location and various critical operational sensing of the cargo or asset in real time, using a portable hub and a short-range wireless sensor network (WSN).
The sensors' monitoring capabilities include temperature, humidity, light, pressure, impact, movement, tampering and sound. It ensures continuous recording and enables event-triggered logic and management-by-exceptions through flexible programming of business rules to eliminate supply chain mistakes, avoid delays or damages, and reduce insurance expenses.
"We are excited to be able to bring the CelloTrack Nano to the CTIA Super Mobility 2015 and share it with the tech community," said Joshua Rozanski, VP of sales and marketing for Cellocator. "The CelloTrack Nano is a new concept, bringing Cellocator into the IoT market; therefore we believe that the CTIA Super Mobility 2015 is the perfect opportunity for us to showcase this new cutting-edge solution."
The Cello-Caniq is an intelligent fleet management system, which combines driver behaviour, accident re-construction and diagnostics capabilities, using a smart algorithm to integrate data from various vehicle environment interfaces. These interfaces include standard Can Bus and OBD, driver identification, serial communications with third party devices, discrete, analogue and frequency measurement ports, and voice channel. The multi-source data analytics helps reduce operation expense and increases efficiency via eco-driving, resulting in cost saving through reduced fuel consumption, lower warranty expenses and optimised maintenance time.
Cellocator is a telematics provider for fleet management, car and driver safety, vehicle security and asset management. It specialises in developing and manufacturing hardware and software for fleet optimisation, wireless vehicle security, communications and control systems, as well as M2M and IoT wireless data communications systems. It is a division of Pointer Telocation.