August 29, 2012

Zonar named Esri 'Silver Tier Partner'

Telematics provider, Zonar, was officially added to the Esri Partner Network as a Silver Tier Partner.

Earlier in 2012 Zonar announced a new integration with geographic information system (GIS) provider Esri that delivers real-time fleet data layered with sophisticated geographic map information. The new Silver Tier partnership expands the relationship between Zonar and Esri for further co-development and provides this technology to all Zonar and Esri customers.

The new integration helps organizations and municipalities determine capacity enhancements, improve fuel efficiency, optimize routes and share interactive transportation maps on the Web, according to the company.

Zonar tracks longitude, latitude, odometer, speed and fuel, in addition to vehicle diagnostics in its core platform. Esri allows display of fleet locations and other data specific to vehicle operation integrated through Esri’s mapping technology.

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