We all know too well that as technology advances, older tech becomes obsolete.
We need to upgrade our computers to keep up with Windows releases. Upgrade our entire DVD collection to Blueray. It’s just the nature of technical growth.
Consumers will not notice the change. They upgrade their devices every 18 to 24 months. Any devices sold today will be compatible with 3G and 4G. Telematics has a much longer cycle, and there is specific action and manual effort to upgrade. It is important for fleet managers to consider this upgrade now, to ensure their fleets do not go dark.
TeMeDa offers a wide portfolio of telematics devices that work with both 3G and 4G. These devices will be better, faster, and more power efficient. Most important, they will continue to operate after the 2G sunset.
We recently made an installation video of us upgrading a connected generator to a 3G device.
ForConstructionPros just released an article detailing how HELM Group saved tens of thousands of dollars by upgrading their telematics provider to TeMeDa.
Peet had talked with his first telematics vendor about implementing the standard from the start of their relationship. “I made the assumption that over time they would want to embrace it, but it never came to pass,” he says. “It really didn’t make all that much difference to us for quite a while. But as more and more equipment comes to us with telematics as part of their standard build, we would really like for the data to display in one application.”
A new take on telematics and metadata.
We are all connected to one another all day, every day, wherever we are. Enterprises are accustomed to their employees’ hyper connected-nature. This is a landmark year: the number of cellular subscriptions have now reached parity with human beings.
The origin of the name ‘TeMeDa’ is an acronym for the words tele and metadata.