Australian space industry company Myriota has announced a new partnership with Future Fleet International, established to provide more carbon-efficient transport and logistics services to a wide range of industries at any location and time.
The outcome of this partnership is the NX-01 device, an intelligent tracking solution that allows Future Fleet’s customers to easily track and monitor their vehicle fleets with the help of Myriota’s Internet of Things (IoT) expertise.
Myriota is an Australian telecommunications company which provides access to low-cost, long-lasting IoT connectivity while eliminating the need for any ground-based stations or other infrastructure.
It was founded in 2015 by Australian-based entrepreneurs Dr. Alex Grand and Dr. Dave Haley, who realised the power of IoT and foresaw how it would revolutionise both industry and technology. Today, the company is based on Lot Fourteen in Adelaide, Australia. Currently, the site is an innovation hub hosting some of the nation’s most well-renowned and emerging technology startup companies, in addition to the headquarters of the Australian Space Agency.
Despite being barely half a decade in the making, Myriota’s achievements are groundbreaking on the national and international stage. In 2019, it was the first Australian company to sign a Statement of Strategic Intent with the Australian Space Agency, etching its name beside fellow industry giants like Boeing and Sitael Australia. In the same year, Myriota partnered with Optus Business in a nation-first effort to provide better remote connectivity through IoT technologies.
Now, the company has taken its next stride by boosting the capabilities of Future Fleet International, an Australian telematics provider which delivers fleet management solutions for transport companies.
On this new partnership, General Manager of Future Fleet International, Richard Saad states, “Our partnership with Myriota provides us with the capability to revolutionize how our customers track and manage their assets – allowing for a more reliable and cost-effective technology across the board”.