Webtech Wireless has just launched its next-generation WT7000 locators, WT7000H and WT7000H+ that are touted as featuring 3G connectivity. These solutions are among the most advanced telematics devices available to the commercial and government markets.
“By partnering with a variety of leading global suppliers in the development of our new WT7000H and WT7000H+, we were able to speed our time to market with our next generation products,” said Gary Zywiecki, vice president of engineering at Webtech Wireless, in a statement.
The company was also able to reduce its certification time by taking advantage of the recent expansions in its telematics systems lab, allowing it to receive certifications in record time while further increasing the reliability of the systems.
The two new devices come with a wide variety of input sources and configuration options. Moreover, they support a large variety of solution sets, including integration with the Webtech Wireless MDT3100 In-Cab solution to offer fully automated Electronic On Board Recorder solutions to the trucking industry.
Scott Edmonds, president and CEO at Webtech Wireless, added that when the company first introduced telematics to the world, GPRS/2G technology was the emerging standard and the company adopted it well before it was available in North America.
Today, the company’s mobility partners have been encouraging all vendors to move their M2M devices, particularly telematics, to 3G networks. In addition, by being one of the first vendors to certify 3G locator devices on the largest mobility networks in both Canada and the U.S., “we are not only demonstrating our continued innovation and leadership, but also future proofing our products for customers over the long term,” he added.
Both the WT7000H and the WT7000H+ are now available for delivery.
Webtech Wireless is a provider of vehicle fleet location-based services (LBS) and telematics technology. It develops, manufactures and supports end-to-end wireless solutions that improve the productivity, profitability, environmental compliance and safety of vehicle fleets.
Edited by Jamie Epstein