Isaac Instruments’ Open Platform will now integrate BlackBerry Radar, establishing a single console that offers fleet managers a broader look at tractor-trailer operations.
The addition of BlackBerry Radar sensors to the ecosystem will offer access to trailer, chassis or container status in near real time. Available sensor data includes location, history, routes and mileage, temperature, humidity, door status, and cargo load state.
The end result, Isaac says, will help fleets better manage and automate dispatching, driver messaging, and compliance with Hours of Service rules.
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