Overland Park-based RUMBLE IoT applied its expertise in gathering data across disparate sources and types to extract telematics from large trucks including firetrucks, ambulances and other public emergency vehicles.  The solutions initial deployment is in St. Louis for use on public safety vehicles. 

As part of a new program targeted to boost public safety for communities across the USA, AT&T FirstNet, Fleet Complete, Cradlepoint, and RUMBLE IoT joined forces to develop the end-to-end FirstNet Ready™ In-Vehicle Network Solution.

The telematics will be delivered to the Cloud using AT&T FirstNet. FirstNet is the public safety communications platform available in the United States and provides secure, efficient communications to public safety organizations nationwide. 

The solution provides near real-time insights into critical fleet and in-field first responder activities, their location and vehicle status information. These insights provide improved situational awareness, efficiency and safety for first responders and public safety fleets.

With this solution, first responders get a holistic solution that helps them stay better connected to their workers and vehicles while keeping communities and citizens safer.  For instance, dispatchers gain first-hand visibility if a fire truck breaks down on the way to a call or if an ambulance is involved in an accident and delayed or disabled. 

Once installed, public safety agency administrators can remotely track vehicles in the field, obtain live engine diagnostics, get accident notifications, track driver behavior and safety and check sensors to monitor maintenance needs, fuel consumption and more.  Additionally, the solution provides in cab coaching and feedback to drivers to improve their safety performance.

RUMBLE IoT delivers solutions that allow real-time decisions to be made where the work is happening – on the edge – in transportation, utilities, manufacturing and healthcare.  For more information, contact us, visit www.rumbleiot.com or call 800-926-0556.

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