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Navman Wireless Announces Advanced Real-Time Alerting for Fleet Managers

September 25, 2008

GLENVIEW, IL – Navman Wireless North America has added real-time event alerting to its OnlineAVL2 fleet management software. New OnlineAVL2 event alerts provide managers instant notification of costly and potentially dangerous situations, giving them the ability to proactively address situations, improve business and productivity, minimize or avoid potential problems, and reduce or eliminate extra costs.

Combining this new performance advancement with real-time vehicle position, integrated maintenance modules, state mileage reporting, automated e-mail reporting, and high-resolution satellite imagery, OnlineAVL2 offers companies the most advanced fleet management solution on the market, the company said.

Navman Wireless' real-time alerting solution includes an idle alert to address efficient fuel use; stationary alert to signal vehicle inefficiency and provide data to increase productivity; and unauthorized use notification for vehicles operating during off-hours. Eliminating the need to wait for historical reports, fleet managers receive critical information on the fly, increasing efficiency, improving safety, and significantly enhancing overall asset management.

The Navman Wireless OnlineAVL2 real-time alerts feature is currently available in new product purchases and is accessible immediately to current Navman Wireless customers at no charge as a free upgrade request or during the next scheduled automatic software update. For more information, visit www.navmanwireless.com.  

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