BlackBerry has announced that Geotab, has begun offering BlackBerry Radar through their Geotab Marketplace, opening Radar up to more than 1.6 million vehicles around the world already utilizing Geotab's telematics solution.
Looking to expand upon their already existing BlackBerry Radar asset monitoring solutions BlackBerry today introduced BlackBerry Radar H2, which collects up to 100x more data than conventional GPS-based track and trace solutions.
BlackBerry Radar is currently being showcased at CES 2019 and while there, BlackBerry has announced that the smart monitoring solution has been awarded "Vehicle Telematics Solution of the Year" from IoT Breakthrough.
BlackBerry's efforts to get BlackBerry Radar in front of more fleet managers paid off today as American Trucking Associations announced they had named BlackBerry as the newest ATA Featured Product Provider.
In addition to the announcement made with Pana-Pacific, BlackBerry has also announced BigRoad, a Fleet Complete company, will purchase BlackBerry Radar-M devices to help improve the company's new BigRoad Freight program.
BlackBerry Radar continues to gain ground for BlackBerry and now Titanium Transportation Group has expanded their already existing agreements with BlackBerry to deploy Radar-L across its entire fleet of flatbeds.
First, Titanium Transporation announced they would be equipping their entire fleet with the system and now, fleet services graphics provider Modagrafics has announced a sales agent agreement with BlackBerry.
BlackBerry has unveiled Radar, a new end-to-end tracking system for trucking companies. With this system installed, companies can optimize the use of trailers and shipping containers, improving on-time deliveries, reducing theft, and generating more revenue.