SOURCE: Effective Control Transport, Inc.

March 02, 2009 10:58 ET

Effective Control Transport Announces Its First American Pilot Project of the CRAM Technology With J.W. Nelson Transports Inc.

ST-HUBERT, QC--(Marketwire - March 2, 2009) - Effective Control Transport, Inc. (PINKSHEETS: EFFC) (, a software company which specializes in a technology that monitors an operators vigilance and awareness (the "CRAM"), announced today that it will install a CRAM test unit on a J.W. Nelson Transport truck.

With over 50 years' experience, J.W. Nelson Transports operates 30 tank trucks affiliated with a leading US bulk carrier who serves the largest, most successful petroleum and chemical shippers in the world.

"We are delighted to be able to test our technology with an innovating company such as J.W. Nelson Transports. The CRAM has the potential to greatly enhance the overall safety of the trucking and shipping industries. One of our goals is also to validate the deployment and integration of the CRAM technology within Peoplenet's fleet management solutions," said Raphael Huppe, CEO of Effective Control Transport, Inc.

"We look forward to exploring the opportunities presented by having a real-time fatigue and awareness monitoring system integrated within our fleet," said Brad Nelson, President of J.W. Nelson Transports. "By improving the safety of our roads, we will be saving lives. The information provided by the CRAM will be invaluable to our organization."

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