LoJack partners with AT&T for connected car, fleet telematics

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Updated Jan 7, 2015

lojack-logoLoJack has been synonymous with vehicle theft prevention and recovery for more than two decades. Since January, 2013, the name and company has expanded to include fleet management applications.

LoJack’s expansion started through an alliance with TomTom, a worldwide provider of mapping and navigation technology. LoJack created a new Business Services division that offers its longstanding theft recovery service alongside its new LoJack Fleet Management Powered by TomTom system.

Last year, LoJack also entered the off-road construction market with its LoJack Connect and TrackUnit telematics products.

On January 6, 2015, LoJack Corporation announced that it is working with AT&T to power its current and future machine-to-machine telematics offerings for the connected car and fleet industries.

“As LoJack continues to build on its current portfolio of telematics offerings and our strong history in the automotive industry, we’re excited to collaborate with AT&T to deliver new connected solutions,” said Randy Ortiz, president and CEO of LoJack.

“The work we have planned with LoJack is a great example of how the industrial Internet of Things is going to reduce costs and enable exciting new solutions for customers,” said Chris Penrose, senior vice president, Internet of Things, for AT&T Mobility.