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Tracking (October 01, 2008)

TransCore has introduced CabLink, which it touts as a 100% satellite mobile terminal with next generation technology for small-and mid-sized carriers as well as private fleets. The company says it's a...


TransCore has introduced CabLink, which it touts as a 100% satellite mobile terminal with next generation technology for small-and mid-sized carriers as well as private fleets. The company says it’s an economical in-cab communications and tracking system that integrates multiple components into one small unit. TransCore says CabLink will help fleets improve asset utilization while monitoring idle-time, speed and out-of-route mileage. The company claims CabLink is not capital-intensive and will deliver an immediate return- on-investment. For more information, visit www.3sixty.ca

A new Canadian Web site allows drivers to track their movements via GPS using a laptop. Laptop GPS World says drivers appreciate the larger screen provided by a laptop computer or tablet PC. A typical laptop can be configured for GPS navigation for as little as $50, the company claims, including GPS software and a USB receiver. The company claims professional drivers are the most common users of the Web site. For further details, visit www.laptopgpsworld.com


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