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Virgin Atlantic introduces telematics to cut emissions

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Virgin Atlantic has introduced telematics to monitor the CO2 emissions of its airside fleet. 

The deployment of the Navman GPS technology represents a continuation of Virgin Atlantic’s commitment to its CO2 reduction strategy.

The Navman Wireless platform is designed to help businesses find answers to the complex questions they deal with every day including queries around mileage, speed, periods of inactiveness, idling and driver hours.

“We are very proud and excited to be working with Virgin Atlantic Airways to assist in its continuing objective,” said Scott Hutchins, Navman Wireless VP sales UK and Ireland.

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