AirIQ Introduces A New Service for Rental Customers

As it continues to develop new services using the same technology package, AirIQ has extended its service capabilities to include Stationary Status reports. Fleet operators can now generate a report listing all the vehicles that have not experienced any movement in a pre-determined number of days. Fleet owners can specify the number of days a vehicle will remain idle before AirIQ OnLine is alerted.

Stationary Status service can help increase fleet utilization by presenting fleet operators with the knowledge of where their fleet is and what it is doing. The reports not only identify vehicles that are available to be used to generate more revenue, but show lost or abandoned vehicles as well.

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