Abaqus, a California-based developer of cloud-based location services for asset management and workflow solutions, has announced that the United States Postal Service (USPS) has certified Abaqus as a transportation location service provider.
The GPS location reporting requirement was placed upon all transportation companies that ship USPS freight. The vehicles carrying USPS freight are required to report the vehicle’s whereabouts in 15 minutes intervals. The myGeoTracking solution developed by Abaqus meets the requirements of the USPS for carrying USPS freight.
The myGeoTracking solution is a cloud-based location service that is a device and carrier independent service that can be accessed through the abaqus platform. The service also includes mobile management applications for Android devices and iPhone to help managers locate and get in touch with their field resources and assets at their convenience. The service also provides location and status reports as well as location enhanced SMS features.
The Chief Executive Officer of Abaqus, Shailendra Jain stated that the certification from USPS will enable the company to better meet the requirements of the customers. Furthermore, Jain also stated that the myGeoTracking solution will serve as a cost-effective platform for transportation firms to receive TLS certification.
Abaqus collaborated with TechnoCom, an enterprise location solutions provider to integrate their network-initiated location services with myGeoTracking. The unified network and device-agnostic Location Platform allows enterprise customers to locate their field personnel and mobile assets within a few seconds.