The 3-days event ran in an intensive format of one-on-one meetings between end clients and system integrators. Thus, system integrators attended 20 minute meetings with every end client at the venue.
Commenting on the trends, Elena Denisenko, Country Head for Mexico at Omnicomm, mentioned: “We now see that the interest to integrated solutions with different value-added options is increasing. The most popular solutions among others are fuel monitoring and the ones measuring fuel pressure in tires. Our partners in Mexico offer both types. Recently together we have implemented a new excellent solution for fuel monitoring, the greatest advantage of which is high-precision fuel control by Omnicomm”.
Much interest was paid to Zeek Fuel, the country specific value-added solution designed by Argus Telematics in partnership with Omnicomm for Mexico. The local integrators promoting fuel monitoring by Omnicomm, evaluated the interest in potential installations equaling to 3,000 vehicles. The real number will be vivid after test installations.
The event has gathered over 50 large companies from logistics sector in Mexico, the ones leading the “Top Comprador” list. With 54 top telematics service provider, the total number of participants from the transport and logistics sectors doubled in comparison to the previous year.
On September 28, 2017 Omnicomm participated at a large telematics event that took place in Slovakia’s Bratislava: the Telematics Conference SEEurope. With a diverse range of business exhibitors and many visitors, including key stakeholders from the world of IT, communications and transportation technologies, the conference was dedicated to issues of monetization in the telematics market. Omnicomm made a solid impression with its comeback to the European scene, its team represented by Jens Strohschneider, Chief Sales and Marketing Officer, and Dmitry Ilyin, Regional Sales Manager for Eastern and Western Europe.
Omnicomm has announced the results of the joint project with Strabag in Romania. The company reduced its monthly spending on the fleet by 30 percent thanks to Omnicomm fuel monitoring equipment.