GeoLogic Solutions, a provider of multi-mode communications and tracking systems, has released its new Colour Display Unit (CDU) as an option for new and currently deployed MobileMax users. The new Wi...
GeoLogic Solutions, a provider of multi-mode communications and tracking systems, has released its new Colour Display Unit (CDU) as an option for new and currently deployed MobileMax users. The new Windows-based touch-screen technology features backwards compatibility. With the inclusion of the new CDU, MobileMax will continue to operate on a multi-mode platform, utilizing both cellular and satellite networks to ensure the best combination of message speed and coverage. For more information, visit www.goGeoLogic.com.
Pacific DataVision is providing trucking industry workers with its NextMail Push to Talk wireless dictation service. NextMail allows trucking teams to quickly send a voice-recorded dictation as an e-mail back to dispatch personnel for ongoing communication, in a low cost non-intrusive way. The solution can reduce costs, improve dispatch calls, and enhance the truck driver’s ability to deliver loads on time and on budget. Truck drivers can manage their day without calling the service center and waiting to speak with a dispatcher for routine tasks. For more information, visit www.pacificdatavision.com.
The Whitney Blake Company is offering its rugged, high-performance headset and handset assembly cords for communication applications. These durable cords are manufactured with a polyurethane jacket and may be customized with appropriate contacts and connectors. The communication cords can be used in a variety of transportation communication devices, including headsets, radio/telephone handsets and other communication equipment, such as vehicle intercom systems and tactical radio systems. More information can be found at www.whitneyblake.com.
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