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SkyBitz releases flexible GPS tracking device for light, medium-duty trucks

SkyBitz has launched the SA2012, equipped with 4G LTE with 3G fallback, for the light-to-medium duty vehicle tracking market.

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David Sickels is the Associate Editor of Tire Review and Fleet Equipment magazines. He has a history of working in the media, marketing and automotive industries in both print and online.

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SkyBitz has launched the SA2012, equipped with 4G LTE with 3G fallback, for the light-to-medium duty vehicle tracking market.

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The hardware can be installed using the Ops Center mobile device, either directly plugging it into the vehicle diagnostic port or covertly installing it behind the dashboard depending on customer preference. Once installed, the device feeds into the SkyBitz Ops Center platform, where users can manage this new device alongside all others, via a single interface. Customers will have coverage across North America, including Mexico and Canada.

The SkyBitz SA2012 comes with several pricing options, including the basic package, which includes GPS location data and estimated odometer and engine hours. With several options leading up to their Pro package, SkyBitz offers a variety of location, engine, and safety data. Customers can configure their solution with minimal training, adding things like advanced alarms and notification schedules and over-the-air upgrades when future features are released.

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