Siyata Mobile Launches Tablet/DVR Connected Vehicle 4G Device
Tablet/DVR Connected Vehicle 4G Device Built for Lighter Commercial Vehicles
The Uniden® CP250 tablet/DVR connected vehicle 4G device is built for cellular voice calls, Push-to-Talk Over Cellular (“PoC”), data, and navigation with a built-in DVR camera and more.
The device was designed to be installed on the dash or mounted on a windshield, specifically for lighter commercial vehicles such taxis, vans and delivery trucks. The large 5” wide screen display tablet based design makes installation a breeze and ensures safer communication for professional drivers.
Much like the Uniden® UV350, the Android 6.0 device allows Siyata to leverage its unique features and existing sales channels to partner with software companies which are targeting similar customers to create additional reseller channels and recurring revenue for Siyata.
Marc Seelenfreund, CEO and Chairman of Siyata stated, “We are very excited to be launching an additional 4G connected vehicle device targeted towards lighter commercial vehicles such as taxis, delivery vans and government vehicles. We see this as a tremendous market opportunity over and above the current markets we are addressing and already have multiple customers and sales channels that have committed to this device.”
Mr. Seelenfreund continues, “We believe we will be announcing various purchase orders and strategic partnerships that could significantly impact our sales in 2017 and beyond shortly.”
According to the United States Department of Transportation, in 2015 there were over 12 million fleet vehicles in the United States. Siyata aims to be the leading provider of connected vehicle and mobile hardware solutions as these commercial fleets upgrade their communication platforms to be compatible with next generation networks, PoC solutions and other software applications.
For more information on the Uniden® CP250 tablet/DVR device and where to purchase it, please visit http://www.siyatamobile.com or www.unidencellular.com/.
Siyata Mobile Inc. is a leading global developer and provider of cellular communications systems for enterprise customers, specializing in connected vehicle products for professional fleets, marketed under the Uniden® Cellular brand. Since developing the world’s first 3G connected vehicle device, Siyata has been a pioneer in the industry, launching the world’s first 4G LTE all-in-one fleet communications device in 2017. Incorporating voice, push-to-talk over cellular, data, and fleet management solutions into a single device, the company aims to become the connected vehicle communications device of choice for commercial vehicles and fleets around the world.
Siyata also offers rugged phones for industrial users and signal boosters for homes, buildings, and fleets with poor cell coverage. Siyata’s customers include cellular operators, commercial vehicle technology distributors, and fleets of all sizes in Canada, the U.S., Europe, Australia, and the Middle East.
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