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Alternative to GPS Simplifies Construction Management

October 24, 2007

SHELTON, CT – OEM Data Delivery (OEM DD), a manufacturer of jobsite data management systems, has introduced a wireless, hands-free way to capture individual machine locations, plus work time, idle time, and service alerts in real time. This allows management to understand what is happening at every jobsite so that every resource can be used to maximum advantage.

The OEM DD GoPOD is a tiny, concealed computer installed in any lube/fuel truck, low boy truck, mechanics’ truck, or supervisor’s vehicle. GoPOD has a GPS and a radio antennae. Information is collected passively, via drive-by, within a range of 300 ft. line of site, and transmitted via secure radio link.

It is then formatted, downloaded into a Web report each night, and made available on a password-protected Web site. Information also integrates with virtually all major back office management systems, and there is never an interruption of equipment operation.

For more information, contact OEM Data Delivery at

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