I.D. Systems, Inc., a provider of wireless M2M asset management solutions, recently announced that its PowerFleet wireless Vehicle Management System (VMS) has been selected by one of the world's largest automotive manufacturers. The new client will deploy the solution on a fleet of more than 250 industrial trucks.
PowerFleet is a modular solution for improving fleet safety, reducing material handling costs, and increasing supply chain productivity. The solution is ideal for medium to large fleets, enterprise operations, and solving even the most complex vehicle-related issues. The system has been adopted by many of the world's largest retailers, manufacturers and government organizations, and has been installed on tens of thousands of vehicles.
"This is an important trial program for us—an enterprise rollout with this customer could potentially involve thousands of vehicles," said Kenneth Ehrman, I.D. Systems' chairman and CEO. "Our PowerFleet VMS has had a long history of success in the automotive industry, where it has helped improve safety, reduce costs and improve efficiency in material handling operations. We are very excited to have the opportunity to demonstrate the value of our VMS technology to another global automotive manufacturer."
In related news, I.D. Systems, Inc. has received a purchase order valued at approximately $200,000 from Southeast Industrial Equipment, Inc., one of the largest dealers of material handling equipment in the southeast United States. The order is for initial deployment of I.D. Systems' PowerBox wireless vehicle management system (VMS) on a fleet of lift trucks in a manufacturing plant of one of the world's leading appliance manufacturers, a new end user of I.D. Systems' solutions.
Southeast Industrial Equipment provides a wide range of lift trucks, heavy equipment, maintenance services, and training programs for customers throughout North Carolina, South Carolina, Georgia, and Virginia. The company distributes several leading brands of industrial vehicles, including Toyota forklifts, Genie aerial platforms, Cushman utility vehicles, and Terex construction equipment.
Edited by Adam Brandt