The vehicle can become a mobile access point, providing mobile workers access to networks or the internet by adding a Connected IO router to the vehicle. A police cruiser can then capture and relay feeds from body cameras, open a secure voice communication channel, and download building blueprints in a second.

An ambulance team can send monitor and video feeds back to a hospital while in-route, the time savings potentially being the difference between life and death.

A tool truck can transact business and manage inventory as if the customer were in a store.

A package delivery service can monitor truck stops, starts, braking, and GPS coordinates, update routes and maps, upload engine diagnostic codes, and communicate with drivers on demand.

Call your Connected IO rep today to discuss how you can turn your fleet into a connected fleet.

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