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Azuga Offers Plug-and-Play GPS Device

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The device is a fleet-tracking solution.

| November 26, 2013

SAN JOSE, Calif. — Azuga, a leading instant-install cloud-based GPS fleet tracking and driver behavior solution, is offering an instant-install OBDII device that allows companies to track their fleets.

Powered by Azuga’s G2TM technology, the device “reads” vehicles’ engine data and sends it to the cloud, giving fleet administrators real-time snapshots of real-time snapshots of location, entry and exit into virtual perimeters (geofenencing), vehicle health, location, fuel usage, Carbon footprint and driver behavior.

For more information visit www.azuga.com.
 

 

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