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Blue Sky Network introduces new SkyRouter

June 13, 2012  By Carey Fredericks

June 13, 2012, La Jolla, Ca. - Blue Sky Network has launched a new fleet management portal for land mobile, aviation and marine applications. The New SkyRouter is a feature-rich cloud-based solution, designed to support connectivity with remotely dispersed mobile assets including Blue Sky Network’s advanced Dual-Mode GSM and Iridium tracking and communications services.

The New Skyrouter is designed to enable seamless connectivity with assets in problematic cellular reception areas, where only ten percent of the Earth is covered, and in remote locations.

For fleet managers, overall safety and fleet efficiency can be achieved through alerts, monitoring of position data, and unique event reporting. The New Skyrouter leverages the integration of Blue Sky Network’s HawkEye 5300, which enhances coverage of GSM cellular tracking capabilities with truly global coverage, delivering dual-mode tracking and event reporting of assets located anywhere in the world. Real-time updates, including GPS location information, messages, and on board diagnostic (OBDII) alerts, can be delivered to fleet managers immediately.
“Our next generation New SkyRouter for land mobile fleet applications furthers our commitment to be a market leader in advanced tracking products for customers who demand customized solutions and exceptional customer service,” said Jon Gilbert, CEO and founder of Blue Sky Network. “This new platform, in concert with our superb products, means more mobile asset sectors can benefit from smooth integration of tracking hardware with a cloud-based portal for seamless command and control across multiple asset types and deployments.”
The New SkyRouter works in combination with Blue Sky Network’s robust certified hardware, which the company says can be easily installed on land, aviation and marine assets. Features include over-the-air parameter settings, automated event reporting, local sensor data capture, and two-way messaging capability.


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