CSI adds four networks for telematics

Calgary, Alberta-based CSI Wireless Inc. has announced that its Asset-Link 410 and Asset-Link 150 telematics products have received approval from four major cellular carriers for use on their networks. Asset-Link 410, which uses high-speed GSM-GPRS/SMS wireless data technology, has been approved by Rogers Wireless in Canada, Telefonica in Latin America, and reseller KORE Wireless. The digital telematics

Calgary, Alberta-based CSI Wireless Inc. has announced that its Asset-Link 410 and Asset-Link 150 telematics products have received approval from four major cellular carriers for use on their networks.

Asset-Link 410, which uses high-speed GSM-GPRS/SMS wireless data technology, has been approved by Rogers Wireless in Canada, Telefonica in Latin America, and reseller KORE Wireless. The digital telematics unit is well suited for high-data applications such as remote monitoring of vehicle operations, according to CSI.

Aeris.net and its Microburst network have tested and approved Asset-Link 150. A low-cost wireless communications network that runs over analog cellular systems, Aeris.net is used for vehicle tracking and messaging.

Both Asset-Link units support geofencing, remote sensors and a wide variety of monitoring functions that can be customized by users.
www.csi-wireless.com.

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