Homeland Integrated Security Systems has announced that the company has received an initial purchase order of 500 units of its patent-pending Cyber Tracker from Colonel McCrary Trucking. The first 100 units will be delivered immediately, with additional shipments throughout the fall of 2006 and spring of 2007.
Colonel McCrary Trucking, based in Atlanta, will be using the Cyber Tracker in its fleet of dump trucks to track them after they have been dispatched, verify load deliveries, verify the routing and directions for the trucks, and monitor the safety and the fuel economy of the trucks and drivers. Colonel McCrary Trucking works with the largest homebuilders in the Atlanta area.
“Colonel McCrary Trucking has chosen our Cyber Tracker as a solution to their fleet management needs,” says Fred Wicks, chief executive officer of Ashville, N.C.-based Homeland Integrated Security Systems. “This illustrates how there is a demand for technology that will help companies locate their personnel or business assets in real time. There is not a more versatile GPS/date device on the market, and it is our goal to get the word out about the Cyber Tracker and its capabilities. Based upon the size of their operations, we anticipate many more orders in the future.”