Omnicomm to showcase brand fuel monitoring solutions at Super Mobility Week, Las Vegas
Thus, the main goal of participation in CTIA’2014 for Omnicomm is getting acquainted with the new market as well as meeting with ORBCOMM, one of the leading global providers of M2M solutions, Omnicomm’s partner, to discuss potential opportunities. To recall, ORBCOMM has already implemented a large project for NATO International Security Assistance Force in Afghanistan when 1500 explosion-proof fuel level sensors Omnicomm LLS 20230 were installed in fuel tankers.
This sensor model was chosen to be integrated in ORBCOMM Global Trak transport monitoring solution primarily due to reliable explosion-proof characteristics and high level of accuracy which is not affected by harsh environmental conditions involving fluctuations of temperature and atmospheric pressure, high resistance to vibration loads and dust.
Fuel level sensors are Omnicomm’s flagship products. In general, over 500,000 Omnicomm sensors have been sold in over 100 countries worldwide. 146,000 items were sold in 2013. Only 2 % of warranty cases occurred from 2003 to 2013.
Already working global scale, in particular in Latin America, Omnicomm is now observing North America. CTIA Super Mobility Week is known as a springboard for industry product launches and trade announcements. The show gathers thousands of participants, brings together 1,100+ exhibitors representing all sectors of the wireless industry. From HP, Samsung and Verizon to Orbcomm and fleet solutions providers, just to name a few.
Meet Omnicomm C-level executive team at Booth #5926
September 4, 2014