Designed specifically for the needs of truck drivers, the Savox Promate mobileRSM® works with tablets, smartphones and push-to-talk apps to deliver reliable, cost-effective fleet management
Burnaby, BC and Lincoln, NE, March 15, 2016 – Savox Communications, announced today the launch of Savox Promate mobileRSM, a wired vehicle speaker microphone. Featuring extra-loud speaker output, a dash mounted clip and an extra-long cable, Savox Promate mobileRSM was designed to meet the unique needs of logistics and transportation companies.
“Savox Promate mobileRSM allows transportation and logistics companies, and their drivers, to stay in constant communication using smartphones or tablets and PTT to deliver a cost-effective and sophisticated fleet management system,” said Bryan Price, Vice President, Savox Communications. “Unlike other solutions on the market, the Savox Promate mobileRSM includes key features that have been designed specifically to meet the requirements of drivers.”
Savox Promate mobileRSM is a powerful wired vehicle speaker microphone designed to be used in conjunction with a tablet or smartphone and a push-to-talk (PTT) application. The solution includes the Savox Promate mobileRSM device, a dash-mounted clip, USB cable and quick guide. Designed for in-vehicle use, the Savox Promate mobileRSM delivers the following key benefits:
- Complies with DOT regulations
- Easy to install in standard microphone holders
- East to use and train
- Superior audio quality and volume output
- Extra-long cable
- Dash-mounted clip
- Continuously powered through in-vehicle power
- Push-to-talk functionality
- Full duplex call functionality
Oldcastle Materials Chooses Savox Promate mobileRSM, Fleet Management Software, ESChat and Samsung Tablets to Improve Fleet Communications and Reduce Costs
Oldcastle Materials is the leading vertically integrated supplier of aggregates, asphalt, ready-mix concrete and construction and paving services in the United States. Oldcastle Materials switched its traditional, and expensive, trunked radio system to POC using fleet management software, ESChat, Samsung Tablets and Savox Promate mobileRSM. With 300 drivers and the need for continual communications, this new solution enables Oldcastle Materials to deliver a reliable communication platform, while adding efficiency tools to better manage their fleet—all through a single device approach. ESChat provides encrypted real-time push to talk (PTT), location tracking and group text messaging product that is carrier agnostic and features cross carrier communications.
Oldcastle Materials had been using the Savox Promate RSM-30 since February 2015—a product designed to be a man worn device. Savox worked in conjunction with Oldcastle Materials to develop a solution that would meet the specific requirements of their drivers and other customers in the transportation business. The resulting product, Savox Promate mobileRSM, pairs a ruggedized microphone with features specific to meet the needs of truck drivers including superior sound volume, extra-long cable, dash mounted clip and more.
“Over the past several years, we have consolidated our different communications services onto mobile devices to reduce our overall costs. We are continually researching new solutions to help us provide an excellent communications network for our drivers and fleet managers, at the best available price,” said Jack Delperdang, Chief of Telematics Committee and Director of Customer Service and Dispatch Operations for Oldcastle Materials. “The Savox Promate mobileRSM enables us to communicate clearly with our drivers at all time while using affordable tablet and PTT solutions.”
About Savox Communications
Savox Communications was founded in 1982 and today is one of the largest professional communication solution providers in the world delivering communications products designed for use in demanding and hazardous environments by military, maritime, police, security, fire, rescue, and industrial end users. The Savox Communications Group, with headquarters in Luxembourg and operations in Finland, Germany, France, the UK, the US, Canada and the PRC, has created a global manufacturing network to support customers in all of its main geographical markets.
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