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Hy-Drive incorporates PeopleNet into product offering

TORONTO, Ont. -- Hy-Drive Technologies and PeopleNet jointly announced a business partnership in which Hy-Drive wil...


TORONTO, Ont. — Hy-Drive Technologies and PeopleNet jointly announced a business partnership in which Hy-Drive will immediately begin incorporating PeopleNet technology in its products.

Hy-Drive is an energy technology firm that has developed a patented hydrogen generating system. The Hy-Drive system generates and injects hydrogen gas into a regular internal combustion engine, enhancing the combustion process by allowing fuel to burn more efficiently and completely.

PeopleNet is a supplier of internet-based, satellite tracking and mobile communications for fleets and the technology will provide Hy-Drive an opportunity to demonstrate, verify and maintain the fuel efficiency and emission reduction benefits from its product.

The incorporation of PeopleNet technology in our product is of strategic importance to both Hy-Drive and our customers, stated Tom Brown, president of Hy-Drive. With this technology embedded in our system we will now be able to monitor and maintain the fuel efficiencies obtained by our Clean Burn Technology, thus fully supporting the performance guarantees we provide our clients.

As a result of the partnership, Hy-Drive clients will be offered the opportunity to subscribe to the full breadth of PeopleNet services, delivering major improvements in operational efficiencies, at a discounted cost.

We are proud that Hy-Drive has chosen our technology to deliver this important enhancement to their fuel efficiency solution. The synergies of the PeopleNet and Hy-Drive technologies are compelling and obvious, added Brian McLaughlin, PeopleNets vice-president of marketing and product planning.


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