CALGARY, Alta. — CSI Wireless has introduced Driver-Link, a one-touch calling device combining wireless and GPS technology allowing hands-free voice communication.
The product consists of a hands-free microphone and speaker activated upon the touch of a button enabling safe two-way communications.
“Until now, telematics service providers, security systems manufacturers, and others that deliver location-specific data and services to mobile users, have struggled with how to locate AND communicate with the driver efficiently and cost-effectively,” says CSI Wireless president, Stephen Verhoeff. “Thanks to Driver-Link, with its GPS and cellular capabilities, delivering location-specific data and services via two-way mobile voice communication has never been easier or more affordable.”
The new system is able to locate a vehicle’s location at any time, and it can even be programmed to call 911 in the event of an emergency (for instance when the airbag is deployed in an automobile). It can also be activated by theft alarm activation, security lock/unlock, engine use or excessive speed.
For more information, call 403-259-3311.
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