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M2M Evolution Miami 2013 to Yield Official Debut of Wialon GPS Tracking Solutions

By Jamie Epstein January 21, 2013

Expositions and conferences traditionally bring together the best and the brightest in the industry to one central meeting location, serving as a platform where robust products and solutions can be unveiled as well as networking and collaborative efforts can begin. This year’s upcoming M2M Evolution Miami 2013, which is slated to take place from January 29-Febuary 1 in Miami, Fla., is no different and the current buzz is that Gurtam, a European developer of software for GPS tracking, fleet management and other M2M applications, will be unveiling its Wialon GPS tracking software at the not-to-miss event.

So with only two weeks to go, the anticipation is growing as attendees are excited about the chance to view firsthand what is touted as the most effective GPS tracking system on the market. As a Gold Sponsor of the M2M conference in booth # 117, the company’s software solutions, currently used by over 500 companies in nearly 50+ countries all over the world including Wialon Hosting, Wialon Pro and Wialon Kit, will be on display. These products can be leveraged for highly accurate GPS tracking in addition to powering key M2M applications found within safety and security systems, healthcare systems, industrial telemetering systems (manufacturing, power production, housing services and utilities), etc., according to company officials.

Over the years, the M2M also known as the machine to machine space has continued to soar like an eagle. In fact according to recent statistics from Berg Insight, the market is growing around 15- 30 percent per year. Some of the leading providers in this vertical include: AT&T, Vodafone, Sprint, T-Mobile USA and NTT DoCoMO.

Gurtam is doing its part in helping M2M products flourish, in spite of only expanding its footprint into the area toward the end of last year. At the Gurtam partner conference Telematics 2012 Anniversary held from November 21-24, 2012, Aleksei Shchurko, general manager, highlighted that better positioning the company within the M2M market is definitely “a perspective development direction” for the coming months. While its M2M technologies are already successfully used in GPS/GLONASS-based vehicle tracking systems, other types of businesses are quickly seeing the need for machine to machine products in order to see advantages such as streamlined operations, improved security and reduced costs. And that is exactly where Gurtam comes into play.

Additionally, on Tuesday, January 29, the M2M provider will play an important role in the in the Battle of the Platforms, event  where Shchurko will go head to head with multiple platform developers, showcasing its growing portfolio to important M2M players.

“We are looking forward to this event and invite our colleagues and partners as well as everybody who is interested in M2M technologies to visit Gurtam booth at ?2? Evolution Conference & Expo 2013,” Shchurko added.




Edited by Rich Steeves

IoTevolutionworld Web Editor

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