Orbcomm launches new mobile apps

Orbcomm launches new mobile apps

Orbcomm Inc., a global provider of machine-to-machine (M2M) solutions, launched OrbcommMobile, which offers mobile apps for Orbcomm’s M2M  applications as well as the Orbcommconnect subscriber management portal. Orbcomm’s mobile apps run on both Apple and Android devices.

The first in a series of OrbcommMobile apps is Orbcomm’s ReeferTrak cold chain monitoring solution, which allows customers to monitor and control refrigerated assets from their mobile devices. ReeferTrak’s mobile app can significantly improve fleet management and efficient route planning by enabling customers to view the location of their refrigerated assets and run pre-defined reports, according to the company. Customers can also access detailed status and maintenance reports, including dynamic temperature graphs, to monitor an asset’s temperature and engine performance and maintain regulatory compliance, for maximum visibility anytime, anywhere.

Orbcomm has also developed a mobile app for the Orbcommconnect service, which enables subscriber management on the go. This new mobile app allows Orbcomm customers to  monitor status, activate, suspend or deactivate a subscriber, change a price plan and access a snapshot view of device activity from their mobile devices for Orbcomm’s three satellite and seven tier one cellular networks.

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