Fleet Complete asset trackers recognized as LTE-M for FirstNet

Fleet Complete asset trackers recognized as LTE-M for FirstNet

Fleet Complete is launching a suite of long-term evolution (LTE) asset trackers for use on FirstNet: AT1 Wired and AT1 Solar. The company says these devices have built-in sensors for ambient temperature, humidity, light, impact and motion. FirstNet is a nationwide, high-speed broadband communications platform for first responders and the extended public safety community. It is built with AT&T in a public-private partnership with the First Responder Network Authority, an independent agency within the federal government.

The new solar and wired asset trackers are among the first to be officially recognized as LTE-M for FirstNet, the company says. Before being certified and approved for use on FirstNet, devices are subject to hundreds of tests that cover a number of aspects, from security and durability to network impacts. The devices can be outfitted on powered and non-powered equipment, such as medical equipment, generators, trailers, chassis and containers.

With built-in sensors that monitor location, temperature parameters, light and impact, AT1 Wired and AT1 Solar also provide reports and analytics on environmental conditions of sensitive equipment with proof of action around their safety requirements.

The asset-tracking devices included are: AT1 Wired that comes with 9 ft. of cable and connects to the equipment’s power source, and is able to recharge whenever the power is on at 100mA charge rate and includes 1500 pings on a full battery charge; and AT1 Solar that provides an option of recharging the tracker’s battery whenever it’s exposed to direct sunlight and includes 1500 pings on a full battery charge.

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