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Each of the winners below turned to CalAmp to enable wireless data collection and communications capabilities that keep their customers connected, while driving productivity, performance and safety gains in some very unique applications.
Gold Award Winner in the Manufacturing Category: Graco, Inc.
Graco InSite, a joint offering of Graco, Inc. and technology enabler 2-Track Solutions, is a first-of-its-kind mobile resource management system designed for the construction and industrial spraying industries, connecting industrial sprayers with central operations for better monitoring and utilization, and improved productivity of this specialized asset and associated materials. With Graco InSite, spray foam insulation contractors know where their crews and sprayer equipment are at all times, from job site entry to departure, and can also measure how much material is used, record spray temperature and pressure and receive daily reports on all of the above.
Silver Award Winner in the GPS category: Tag N Go
The Tag N Go GPS Safety System is changing the way families drive, helping parents monitor and coach good driving habits, which provides an extra measure of safety, security and peace of mind in our increasingly mobile world. Tag N Go calculates a DriveScore™ for every trip, which provides detailed information on where and how to improve driving safety relative to speed, acceleration, cornering, and braking habits. Engaging social media tools, real-time location tracking, and the ability to analyze past trips, the Tag N Go solution is a particularly innovative solution for improving young driver safety.
"These forward-thinking companies stand at the leading edge of technology adoption and innovation. CalAmp congratulates them on their vision and the award-deserving M2M applications they have created. We are proud to have played a role in helping them develop and commercialize the wireless communications capability that keeps their customers connected," said Justin Schmid, CalAmp's Sr. VP Marketing and Business Development.
"The 2014 award winners are a combination of large and small companies representing a range of industries and applications. These winners came from areas of energy and healthcare, as well as building automation and retail. Solutions were implemented for GPS, car sharing, and even concrete-management systems," stated Peggy Smedley, Editorial Director, Connected World magazine. "This is a testament to the growth of the vertical markets and acceptance of the technology within those various segments."
Held annually as part of the Connected World Conference, the 2014 Connected World Awards event took place this February in conjunction with the Chicago Auto Show. Monitoring, controlling and remotely managing health care, homes, cars, retail and mobile devices were just a few of the innovative applications and solutions honored at this year's awards ceremony.
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