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New technology for monitoring temperature

An American company has introduced new technology that allows fleet managers to monitor temperatures in their vehicles remotely through existing GPS systems.

President of DataNab Adam Van Oort said: "The ability to monitor and log temperature data has been available for some time, but usually only locally at the vehicles. Our 1-Wire sensor solutions in conjunction with existing GPS hardware and telematics technology gives fleet managers and companies an inexpensive option to access this pertinent information in real time."

DataNab’s 1-wire temperature sensors are used globally and are especially popular in HVAC and refrigeration as well as solar, geothermal and other alternative energy systems to monitor and track system performance.

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