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30 December 2014

Lone worker enhancement for Skyguard


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Lone worker tracking and vehicle tracking converge under a deal between Skyguard, a leading lone worker specialist, and Quattro Telematics, a reseller of telematics and tracking systems. 

Skyguard claims that its MySOS lone worker solution is the smallest and lightest GPS alarm in Europe. The device can be worn as a pendant around the neck, or secured to a belt, key ring or ID-badge holder.

Under the deal with Quattro, the device is to be made available much more widely across the UK and Europe.

Meanwhile, in a separate development Quattro has integrated MySOS with tracking systems from Geotab, a telematics developer that originated in South Africa, and later migrated to North America. 

Quattro is already a reseller of Geotab systems, and has harnessed the features of the MySOS pendant so that it can be used to identify specific drivers as they start using a Geotab-enabled vehicle. 

This is achieved with a Near Field Communications (NFC) tag, which is read by an NFC scanner in the vehicle. The vehicle’s activities and performance can then be identified to a specific driver.

 

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