Networkcar, a provider of wireless fleet management, announced that it has been chosen as a finalist in three award programs for technology and business innovation. The three awards include the AeA High Tech Award, the Connect Most Innovative Product Award and the Dealmakers of the Year honors.
Networkcar’s patented technology, Networkfleet, has been selected as a finalist in the 15th annual AeA High Tech Awards in the category of communications products and services. Networkfleet is a wireless fleet management system that combines patented remote diagnostic systems with GPS-based location technology to help reduce fleet operating costs. Fleet managers receive alerts and log on to a secure website to manage vehicle information.
Networkfleet also was selected as a finalist in the Connect Most Innovative Product program in the category of clean technology. Networkfleet’s continuous emissions monitoring, combined with the system’s ability to help reduce fuel usage, helps lower idle time and reduce vehicle speed and miles traveled. In California, Networkfleet customers are wirelessly “smog-checked” to immediately identify out-of-compliance vehicles.
Networkcar was named a finalist in the Dealmakers of the Year honors by Point Loma Nazarene University’s Fermanian School of Business and Business Center. The Dealmakers award honors San Diego individuals and firms that create significant long-term value for the region. The awards recognize unique area individuals, firms and events that exemplify creativity, value, innovation, success and ethical practices that set the standard for the San Diego regional business community.
“It is rewarding to watch Networkcar receive recognition for all the hard work and dedication by everyone on our team,” says Keith Schneider, president of San Diego-based Networkcar. “This is an exciting time for Networkcar. We are expanding and working with a growing customer base to provide much-needed services that help fleets reduce fuel costs and consumption, as well as have a positive impact on the environment.”