Orange Business launches Garmin connected GPS service

Wednesday 28 March 2012 | 10:59 CET | News
Orange Business Services has launched a connected navigation service for vehicle fleets in partnership with Garmin. "Fleet Performance Navigation connectee Garmin" adds the Garmin nuvi 2545 and dezl 560 GPS terminals to OBS's fleet management solution. It enables fleet managers to follow their teams online in real time. Each vehicle is equipped with a GPS integrating an M2M Sim card which communicates over Orange's mobile network to OBS's central server. The nuvi 2545 is designed for light goods vehicles and the dezl 560 for heavy goods vehicles.

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Categories: Mobile & Wireless / Broadcast & Satellite
Companies: Garmin / Orange Business Services
Countries: France
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I think it is great that they are increasing the functionality of the garmin devices. Take a look at the review at the site listed below to learn what the Garmin Nuvi can do for you. It convinced me that it was the right GPS for me and I haven’t looked back since. Tech-mountain.com
benjamin skinner @ 1/4/2012 - 17:17

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