The Association for Finnish Work has awarded Aplicom Telematic Devices the Key flag symbol in recognition of a product made in Finland.
At Aplicom, we have been working with professional telematic system providers for over 25 years. Today our products are used in nearly 50 countries worldwide, and we are approved suppliers for several major vehicle and industrial equipment manufacturers. Our Mission is to to offer professional telematics that improve user efficiency and reduce environmental impact.
The Key Flag is a sign of Finnish work. The symbol can be awarded to a product that has been made in Finland. In addition, the right to use Key Flag Symbol can be awarded to products with a minimum domestic content of 50 percent of its break-even cost. The calculation takes into consideration all costs related to the product. The symbol is carried by over 4,500 different products, product groups and services. https://avainlippu.suomalainentyo.fi/
The Association for Finnish Work strives to increase appreciation and to ensure the success of Finnish work. The Association manages symbols that tell of Finnish work, influence purchase decisions to preserve jobs and create new ones. More information: https://suomalainentyo.fi/en/
Professional Telematics made easy: Aplicom launches Aplicom Data Service, ADS.
ADS is a cloud-based, secure, store-and-forward service that delivers data from Aplicom A-series telematics devices via a REST API, in a parsed JSON format. The service uses a database for intermediate buffering of data. This ensures secure data transfer from every mobile unit to your organization without the need to set up your own communication server solution, or parse Aplicom binary protocols.
ADS supports all types of data delivered by Aplicom Telematics Software. For new Aplicom partners, this means quick and straightforward integration of Aplicom devices to any telematics solution. For current Aplicom partners, ADS allows new data sets to be added to your solutions more quickly and easily.
The service is managed directly using an admin portal, or through an API. Interface descriptions and developer documentation are available on the admin portal.
It is easy to get familiar with ADS. The service is free of charge for the first nine units, so you don’t need a separate test account to start testing.
Check out the details on our website, and contact Aplicom sales for a quote!
You can make Aplicom A-Series units work without programming. A-Series units come with Aplicom Telematics Software that can be configured using our Aplicom A-Series SW Configurator.
Alongside the launch of the Aplicom SW Configurator Tool 12.0.6, we have introduced a set of template configurations to help you to do this better and faster. The Configuration Template Guide describes available configuration templates, and shows an example workflow for creating a simple configuration. Check out the document on our website to learn more!
Configurator 12.0.6. also supports A-Series shock detection function and FMS standard version 4.0. The major new feature of FMS 4.0 is support for gas-driven vehicles.
Our new A-Series shock detection option can detect shocks and impacts while vehicles and/or machines are moving or standing still.
Previous detection methods required GNSS data to detect accelerations while driving. The new function detects impact solely based on 3D accelerometer data, independent of other sources. Thus, the function also works indoors, such as in a garage or warehouse.
The threshold level for triggering an event is configurable in telematics software parameters, and can be adjusted to fit the sensitivity of the use case.
Acceleration values are measured during an impact. The acceleration value is calculated by combining measured values along all three axes.
When a combined value exceeds a configured threshold parameter value, an event is generated. This event can be configured to trigger additional actions in the telematics unit. Event information contains average, maximum, and minimum acceleration values for X, Y, and Z axes of the sensor. Please note that acceleration values along axes are used as input for the calculation, but they are not intended for detecting the direction of the acceleration in relation to the vehicle.
The shock detection doesn’t require any specific orientation set up so the device can be freely installed or moved from one vehicle to another.
In order to act responsibly and proactively during the corona epidemic, and not to endanger the health of our employees and clients, we are now conducting all meetings and sales remotely. Additionally, all of our employees whose presence at the workplace is not essential are working remotely.
So far, our deliveries have not been affected, and we have been able to serve our customers in the usual manner.
As always, we are reachable through mobile phone, email and Skype.
In this newsletter:
- Professional installation services through Aplicom subsidiary Cardian
- Aplicom implements API integration to TruTac tachograph analysis
- Aplicom granted ISO 14001 environmental management certificate
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For Aplicom, the ISO 14001 environmental management standard provides a systematic way to put environmental management into a clear system.
It serves as an environmental guide for our company and helps us to improve and develop our environmental performance both today and in the future. At the same time, our environmental management system brings cost savings, acts as a risk management tool, and promotes competitiveness.
The system allows for the identification and reduction of adverse environmental effects and the growth of systematic cost savings, such as those achieved through reduced waste and increased energy efficiency.
Overall, ISO 14001 environmental management certification is a testament to our company’s good environmental management, both domestically and globally. ISO 14001 is the world’s most well-known standard for environmental management.
In this newsletter:
- Aplicom A-series telematics devices use A-GPS for superior positioning performance
- New Smart Tachographs supported by Aplicom
- Aplicom is attending the GITEX 2019 Technology Week in Dubai
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The 39th GITEX Technology Week will take place from 6 to 10 October at Dubai World Trade Centre. GITEX 2019 is the biggest technology show in the Middle East, North Africa and South Asia.
At GITEX 2019 Aplicom will focus on presenting our A11 and A9 devices with the unique Aplicom A-Series Telematics Software.
Come visit us at Gurtam Booth #Z2-C10 in Zabeel Hall!