The XT2100 Series is a compact tracking device for communicating mobile assets location and information. This device platform contains an integrated GPS engine, embedded antennas, two digital inputs, and one internal analog input to monitor battery voltage
The XT2400 Series is the most versatile diagnostic & monitoring device available for communicating vital vehicle information and driver behavior
The XT2500 is a plug-n-play universal vehicle tracking unit (VTU) for use in light-duty/passenger vehicles. It can also be used in heavy-duty trucks, which utilize 9-pin/6-pin Deutsch connectors (RP1226 for newer trucks) via a cable harness/adapter.
The XT6300 Series are vehicle tracking solutions with optional OBDII and JBUS protocols to support a wide range of vehicles including passenger, light to heavy-duty trucks, and commercial equipment.
Xirgo develops and manufactures innovative IoT solutions. Xirgo's asset-monitoring products are in use worldwide. These solutions are easy to customize and scale to meet essential requirements for client success. Xirgo Technologies features high-quality, cost-effective products with rapid time-to-market. See our line card of Xirgo technologies asset tracking solutions and other IoT products below.
Xirgo Technologies has many core competencies when it comes to industrial IoT technology.
Xirgo provides highly configurable, flexible products are delivering robust solutions for your business. Xigro works in many verticals like Mobile Resource Management, Aftermarket Automotive, High-Value Asset Management, Commercial Vehicle & Long Haul Trucking, Driver Behavior and Monitoring, and Consumer Solutions.
Xirgo IoT solutions solve two major obstacles for businesses that require asset tracking solutions and those that work with telematics. Within those industries and more, Xirgo Technologies can allow your business to gain visibility to monitor moving assets, fleet vehicles, and small-medium size powered equipment, Obtain maintenance and diagnostic parameters, Monitor and control remote assets exposed to harmful elements and more. If you want to learn more about how you can use Xirgo products, contact us here.
Asset tracking has two significant parts; IoT hardware and software. Modern-day asset tracking is done through the use of tagging tools. Some of these tools include RFID tags, barcodes, QR codes, GPS, NFC, and Bluetooth. Each tagging tool is unique, and specifics may vary, but they accomplish the same thing; assigning an asset with a unique identification code.
Here are the four components to tracking a device:
There are a variety of ways asset tracking can help your business. With Xirgo technology, you can track the information of assets, confirm due dates, collaboration documents, usage information, which employee it is assigned to, how long it is being used, etc. For some people, asset tracking means to track assets with real-time location, and for some, asset tracking is to follow their asset's usage.
Novotech can help you find the correct asset tracking technology for your application. Whatever your businesses' asset tracking needs are, we can find a product and solution to match. You can browse the Xirgo Technologies suite of products here to see all the specifications and information you need. Call or email one of our sales representatives to get assistance in choosing the right product for your business.
Many businesses heavily rely on equipment to generate revenue. For those companies, small and large, asset management is essential. When businesses forgo asset tracking, they risk losing business to more advanced technologically advanced competitors, but they'll also incur expenses that eat into profits.Typically, the purpose of asset tracking was to keep an eye on inventory. With new technology, tagging tools and computerized systems now available, asset tracking has expanded its reach. Today, businesses can use asset tracking for:
Telematics solutions are specialty solutions for commercial fleet vehicles.
IoT devices, like the XT2400, collect and transmit data on things like vehicle use, maintenance requirements and automotive servicing.
Advanced telematics solutions can coordinate vehicles and transmit data to manage and oversee their fleet's health, productivity, and profitability.
A telematics solution requires a vehicle tracking device. This device can send, receive and store telemetry data. It should connect to the vehicle's OBDII (onboard diagnostics) or CAN-BUS port with a sim card.
An onboard modem is needed to enable communication via wireless networks. The telemetry device collects GPS data and many other vehicle-specific data and will transmit it via GPRS (General Packet Radio Service).
The server translates the data and displays it for end-users via secure websites and mobile apps optimized for smartphones and tablets. Location, speed, idling time, harsh acceleration or braking, fuel consumption, vehicle faults, and more can be recorded with telemetry. When analyzed for particular events and patterns, this information can provide in-depth insights across an entire fleet.