The box collects the information in HyperText Markup Language (HTML) and sends it to the Internet and posts it on a fleet’s web site, maker says. The unit, which has its own Internet Protocol address, also allows drivers to send and receive e-mail.
Cellport has distributed 20 development kits in the past three months to third-party application developers and companies creating applications for their own internal use. The U.S. Postal Service, for example, is interested in developing an application to track postal trucks, which have a high incidence of hijacking.