Phillips Connect Technologies launches expandable asset tracking solutions on Geotab Marketplace

Phillips Connect Technologies launches expandable asset tracking solutions on Geotab Marketplace

Phillips Connect Technologies (PCT) has made availabile its expandable asset tracking devices on the Geotab Marketplace.

With the addition of Phillips Connect Technologies on the Geotab Marketplace, the company says Geotab customers can access a suite of solutions that help to maximize driver time through enhanced asset visibility and utilization.

PCT’s solutions, available for all non-powered asset types, deliver utilization metrics, and base model solutions are expandable.

By leveraging patented technology embedded in more than 8 million IoT devices deployed on vehicles in operation today, PCT says it has built a suite of asset tracking solutions that are designed specifically for harsh operating environments.

The company says all PCT solutions are easy to install, IP67 rated, and will endure real-world abuse that non-powered assets see every day. Users can locate these assets, maximize productivity, and give their customers a live view into their trailers, containers, and chassis. In addition to location tracking, PCT can integrate multiple sensors that monitor cargo status and add visibility of health status in real-time.

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