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Isaac And Blackberry Join Forces To Increase Fleet Visibility

TNI || New Delhi || 16th March 2022

Titanium Transportation Group is the very first commercial fleet to use BlackBerry’s Radar multi-sensor trailer tracking device, which has been integrated into Isaac Instruments’ Open Platform fleet management software.

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According to Isaac officials, the connection gives fleet managers a consolidated picture of current tractor and trailer operations on a single platform, allowing them to effectively manage and streamline their driver messaging, dispatch operations, and hours of service compliance.

Fleets will be able to obtain near real-time data on the state of their trailers, chassis, or containers courtesy of the inclusion of BlackBerry Radar into Isaac’s Open Platform environment.

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BlackBerry Radar now provides a range of sensor data, including route and distance, temperature, humidity, door open/close, and cargo load state, all inside a single user-interface on the Isaac Open Platform, in addition to location visibility and history.

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Titanium used the solution across its entire trailer and commercial vehicle fleet in the United States and Canada.

Christopher Plaat, SVP & GM at BlackBerry Radar, says that with supply chain issues showing no signs of abating anytime in the foreseeable future, having rapid and reliable data that helps users eliminate wasted time and effort while also improving service, driver life, and the bottom line has never been more important.

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He adds that Isaac has a significant presence in the Canadian market, and their combined transportation and logistics solution will enable joint customers to better coordinate with trucks, operators, and trailers to free up excess shipment capacity.

Being more efficient is important during these exceptional times, when compliance, equipment usage, and truckers’ vital role as the lifeblood of the economy are all under strain.