Fleet Complete has launched a low-power asset tracker exclusively on the Telus LTE-M network.
With a single battery charge, the AT1 units will support 3,300 pings. With a default reporting frequency of once per day, it means the battery life can last for years.
It’s more than a GPS tracker alone. The AT1 – small enough to fit into the palm of your hand — has sensors that capture humidity, temperature, light exposure, and impact. And all the parameters can be monitored through a dedicated mobile app.
It can be attached to nearly any surface with screws, ties, tape or other securing mechanisms.
The Telus LTE-M network was built to support IoT devices, is 5G ready, and offers the most comprehensive LTE-M coverage in Canada, Telus notes.
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