October 20, 2011

Zonar marks 10-year anniversary

In October 2011, Zonar marked its 10th anniversary of providing customers with innovative fleet management solutions.

Zonar began with the simple idea of improving commercial vehicle safety through technology. The company's foundational offering, EVIR is the only electronically verified vehicle inspection system available. As the demand for EVIR increased, so did the suite of solutions offered by Zonar.

Today, Zonar offers a wide range of products and services that includes:

  • V2JTM Telematics Platform: Next generation GPS capabilities that combine real-time delivery of vehicle condition with performance data, in one simple-to-install device.
  • Wombat: All the power of the V2J inside a case that can handle even the harshest environment including mud, dust, snow and salt.
  • ZPassTM: The award-winning technology designed to monitor and report student ridership in a safe, reliable and non-intrusive way.
  • Ground Traffic ControlTM: A powerful web-based fleet management portal that provides a real-time picture of fleet operations with unmatched visibility, ease and control.

 

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