Shaw Tracking looking to offer CRAM fatigue management system

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LONGUEUIL, Que. — Shaw Tracking has inked a letter of intent to offer Effective Control Transport’s CRAM system into its suite of fleet management, compliance and security solutions.

CRAM is a system that monitors an operator’s fatigue awareness and vigilance, according to the companies. The re-sale agreement, expected to be finalized by Jan. 1, 2009, would allow Shaw to offer the system within its own suite of fleet management systems.

“Supplying the CRAM technology to Shaw Tracking could be a major step forward in our plan to position the CRAM technology as a standard for driver/operator fatigue and awareness monitoring and detection. The proposed re-sale agreement/partnership may also ensure the expansion and penetration of the CRAM technology across the Canadian market via Shaw’s expansive customer base,” said Raphael Huppe, CEO of ECTP.

“We are looking forward to exploring the integration of this technology with our products and customers. The availability of real-time fatigue monitoring will be a valuable option for fleets who wish to maintain the utmost in safe operations,” added Kate Rahn, director of marketing and business development, Shaw Tracking.

More information on CRAM is available at

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