BeWhere, Trak-iT offer fleet management system on Bell’s LTE-M network

The system can help manage fleets, maintain asset integrity and prevent loss and theft

Bell Canada

Industrial Internet of Things (IoT) asset tracking solutions provider BeWhere and leading Canadian tracking solutions provider Trak-iT will launch Canada’s first integrated Mobile-IoT (M-IoT) fleet management system on Bell’s LTE-M network.

LTE-M — or Long Term Evolution, category M1 — is specifically designed to connect IoT device to the Internet. The main benefit of LTE-M is its low power use, allowing devices to operate for years.

Both BeWhere and Trak-iT offer their services through Bell Mobility. However, this exclusive new combined offering provides businesses with seamless and easy to use GPS location-based services in a completely integrated solution that combines fleet telematics and asset tracking into a single service.

This allows users to access insights like the status of their vehicles, shipments and drivers from a single dashboard view. It helps businesses ensure on-time arrivals, quality of goods delivered and driver compliance. Furthermore, the system can provide real-time notifications to alert users about potential theft or forgotten items.

“We have been working towards this kind of solution for a long time, and we are very happy to have found it in our BeWhere and Bell Mobility partners,” said Andrew Singer, general manager at Trak-iT wireless.

“It supplements our fleet management offering perfectly and allows customers to not only track their vehicles but also what is on the vehicle.”

Trak-iT has placed several orders for M-IoT devices from BeWhere. This includes devices like the BeTen and BeSol Low Power Wide Area (LPWA) sensors with a potential lifespan of ten years based on reporting frequency and operating conditions.

To learn more about this excellent fleet management system based on Bell’s LTE-M network, you click through to Bell’s website here.