Industry first product line delivers a suite of "zero setup" Bluetooth tags for automated inventory tracking
LOS ALTOS, Calif. , March 9, 2022 /PRNewswire/ -- DPL Telematics, a leading provider of advanced asset monitoring and telemetry technologies, announced today the launch of its B.E.A.M. (Bluetooth Enabled Asset Management) platform. B.E.A.M. leverages Bluetooth radios embedded in DPL Telematics existing wired and battery powered solutions. The company's AssetView Max now doubles as a Bluetooth gateway as well as a GPS tracking and telematics device. When operating as a gateway, the devices automatically detect and identify five new Bluetooth tags offered by DPL Telematics.
The Bluetooth tags allow managers to remotely track their smaller assets, buckets, attachments and tools accurately from an intuitive, Internet-based software package and mobile app. The family of Bluetooth tags cover multiple applications and feature:
Zero setup. Alive out of the box for automatic gateway detection with no integration, activation or programming required
Long battery life. Self-powered from 2-10 years depending on size
No external wiring or antenna. Quick, unwired attachment to any asset
Compact and portable size. Tags range in size from a stick of gum, to a stack of quarters to a gas cap and are easily hidden
No sky view required. May be hidden inside or under assets
IP 67 rated and UV stabilized design. Waterproof for deployment in harsh environments
Internal battery powered. Powered by 2 x AAA 1.5V or CR2032 Coin Cell batteries, customer replaceable
Low Energy Bluetooth. Up to 200m detection range, line of sight
Backwards compatible. Bluetooth gateway functionality is already integrated into deployed GPS tracking and telematics devices
Month to month agreement. No long-term contract, deactivate and reactivate anytime without penalty
Whenever a gateway device is in range of a Bluetooth Tag, it will detect and log it as in proximity or within the same geofence. This creates a cost effective, quick deploying tool for automated inventory management of smaller assets on yards and jobsites. The family of five different B.E.A.M. Tag options ensure that any size combination of buckets, attachments, tools and ancillary equipment are tracked. For a fast, seamless deployment the tags are active and ready to go right out of the box with no set up required.
"We are excited to add B.E.A.M. to our award-winning product line for tracking of smaller equipment, tools and attachments," said Tony Nicoletti , VP of Business Development at DPL Telematics. "Often misplaced, these smaller assets are now within reach of automated tracking and inventory management. We understand customers have different applications, which is why we offer five Bluetooth Tag options. Depending on the varying requirements for range, ruggedness, size and battery life required we can address them all with our family of B.E.A.M. Tags."
About DPL Telematics DPL Telematics is a leading provider of advanced asset monitoring and telemetry technologies. With over 20 years of experience and an excess of $1 billion in customer mobile assets trusted to it, DPL Telematics delivers a full suite of monitoring solutions with a global reach. For more information, visit www.dpltel.com.
Media Contact: Tony Nicoletti VP, Sales and Business Development DPL Telematics Phone: 650-965-1636 Fax: 415-237-0373 E-Mail: email@example.com
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