Isaac Instruments, BlackBerry Radar Integrate Trucking Services
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BlackBerry Ltd. teamed with the fleet management solution provider Isaac Instruments to integrate their service offerings March 14.
The Isaac Open Platform allows for added third-party functionality. BlackBerry Radar is the latest solution to be integrated within the system. The Canadian companies said the combined services will provide fleet managers an aggregate view of current tractor and trailer operations in a single console.
“With supply chain issues that show no sign of easing up anytime soon, having timely and accurate data can help you eliminate wasted time and effort,” said Christopher Plaat, senior vice president of BlackBerry Radar. “That improves service, the life of drivers and the bottom line has never been more important.”
BlackBerry Radar is a multisensor trailer monitoring-and-reporting solution. The Isaac Open Platform integration will provide fleet owners with improved visibility into their operations, the companies said, and will help commercial fleets boost productivity, improve asset utilization, reduce costs and improve customer service.
“Isaac has a strong footprint in the Canadian market, and our combined offering for transportation and logistics businesses will allow joint customers to have better coordination between their drivers, trucks and trailers to unlock excess shipping capacity,” Plaat said. “Being more efficient is critical during these unprecedented times.”
Titanium Transportation Group became the first fleet to utilize the new service. The asset-based trucking operations and logistics brokerage company does business in Canada and the United States. It has deployed the new offering for its entire fleet of trailers and commercial vehicles.
ISAAC and @BlackBerry are teaming up to help trucking companies improve #asset utilization and #fleet visibility. https://t.co/qWyXBhGYzx pic.twitter.com/GFzueZPV40 — ISAAC Instruments (@isaac_telemetry) March 14, 2022
“We welcome BlackBerry Radar as an additional option to our rapidly growing Open Platform, which enables fleets to improve the driver experience as they see fit,” Isaac CEO Jacques DeLarochelliere said. “Our goal is always to assist fleet clients like Titanium.” — Transport Topics
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