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November 07, 2012

Quadrant Manager from Webtech Wireless Now Compatible with Android

By Shankar Pandiath, TMCnet Contributor

Provider of telematics technology and vehicle fleet location-based services, Webtech Wireless Inc., today announced that its Quadrant Manager 9.7 will be in immediate availability with seamless support for Android tablets and smartphones. With successful deployment of prior iPad and iPhone (News - Alert) releases, Quadrant Manager 9.7 is expected to offer similar optimized mobile user experiences to the customers who use Android tablets and phones.

Quadrant Manager can be effectively used to track a fleet of vehicles and also measure its productivity level in the most accurate manner. Using this hi-technology solution ensures more efficient and safer operation of client business. In addition to this, Quadrant’s telematics solution and Web-based location technology empowers the customers with an effective measuring and reporting tool that can be used to become more safer and efficient, deliver improved services to the customers, meet the environmental standards and government regulations and also lower costs.

Quadrant Manager from Webtech Wireless makes it faster and easier for customers to enjoy the advantages of GPS-based two-way communication between vehicle fleet drivers and mangers. Besides, this award-winning solution also comprise of certain new features that help the customers maximize fleet operations using effective Webtech Wireless location-based solutions:

  • Oil and gas solution extension, with latest offerings in well site, pipeline, roads and legal subdivision data in Alberta, adding as fresh layers on Google (News - Alert) Maps, which will ease the work of drivers and dispatch team and will also benefit from the satellite views available in Google Maps.
  • Google weather and traffic data are available as map layers, using different color coding for icons and traffic. It also includes forecasts for latest weather information.
  • Quadrant Manager Solution invests in temperature monitoring capabilities, allowing user control of temperature alerts and thresholds, both outside and inside of geo-fences, protecting the most important temperature sensitive loads.
  • Other features of Quadrant Manager Solution provide the solution for enhanced asset and driver management. This is especially effective for yard arrival and departure, larger fleets and improved reporting, which makes it easier for vehicle fleet managers in maximizing drivers and time vehicles, operating for the customers.

Quadrant works in the way of gathering telematics, location and vehicle-diagnostic data from a vehicle with in-vehicle Locator. This locator can also receive accurate data from GPS, which, in addition to vehicle information, is transmitted through GPRS cellular network to web hosted servers, which are either hosted by Webtech Wireless or customers. Employing a secured Web space, the dispatching team, fleet managers and office staff can view the vehicles, enabling them to monitor vehicle direction and speed, optimizing routing and responding to customer order changes as and when they occur.

Scott Edmonds, president and chief executive officer of Webtech Wireless, said that it has accelerated the development efforts, reducing time to market, with introduction of new mobile enhancements and products over the last 18 months. He also added that this is the third vital release of Quadrant Manager for the government clients and commercial customers in 2012.

Edited by Rachel Ramsey

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