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Azuga's Asset Tracker Enhances Real-Time Visibility

February 01, 2017

Photo of Azuga Asset Tracker Hardware courtesy of Azuga.
Photo of Azuga Asset Tracker Hardware courtesy of Azuga.

Azuga has launched Azuga Asset Tracker, a fleet solution designed to enhance customers’ real-time visibility of assets to improve operations, reduce risk, and lower costs, the telematics provider announced.

Azuga’s solutions incorporate asset tracking devices that integrate with Azuga’s cloud-based application for real-time monitoring and operations management, significantly simplifying delivery, service, recovery, and billing for assets deployed in the field, according to the company.

Azuga’s asset tracking solution offers two different devices, including Azuga Long Life Asset Tracker and Azuga’s Rechargeable Asset Tracker. The long-life asset-tracking device is ideal for long deployments on non-powered assets, such as containers, trailers, tanks, and portable restrooms. The six-month rechargeable asset-tracking hardware is best used for tracking powered assets that may sit in an off position for periods of time, such as generators, powered signs, and portable lights.

Combining asset tracking with a fleet monitoring solution adds a layer of reporting and control to fleet and field operations, particularly for businesses where vehicle fleets and assets are essential in operations, according to the company. This includes transportation, construction, and rental equipment providers.

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