SOURCE: Remote Dynamics

March 13, 2008 09:29 ET

Remote Dynamics Delivers More Web 2.0 Features to the Asset Tracking Industry

REDIview2.1 Features Satellite Imagery, Sensor Logic, and Private Tagging Capabilities

PLANO, TX--(Marketwire - March 13, 2008) - Remote Dynamics (OTCBB: RDYM) (, a provider of asset tracking and fleet management solutions, has introduced an array of Web 2.0 features in their new REDIview 2.1 product release. "After listening to our customers we discovered we could deliver more customization and flexibility by giving them more Web 2.0 tools," says Remote Dynamics Senior Vice President of Operations, Greg Jones. "Typically Web 2.0 tools have been the kind of things Silicon Valley kids are thinking up, but the management of Remote Dynamics has brought them to bear on their newest product offering."

Available today, REDIview 2.1 builds upon the wireless technology featured in Remote Dynamics' previous application, REDIview 2.0. The software introduces three key features that provide customers more choices:

--  Satellite Aerial Imagery -- Allows users to not only identify their
    vehicles on standard graphical maps, but also track vehicles in relation to
    predetermined target locations, using aerial imagery. Instead of simply
    tracking vehicles by address on standard maps, aerial imagery allows
    customers to visualize the exact location of any asset.
--  Sensor Logic -- Expands the set of criteria that managers can use for
    alerts of real-time exceptions. For example, a REDIview user could be
    alerted that the door to a vehicle has been opened, the power has been
    removed, and the event occurred during non-business hours, among many other
--  Private Labeling -- New software can be private labeled, allowing
    other service providers to resell the software under their brand name to
    their customers.

"As fleet management operations become more complex for our customers, their need for advanced software to manage these operations becomes more profound," says Gary Hallgren, CEO of Remote Dynamics. "The new features that have been added to REDIview directly address the needs of service managers, fleet operators, general contractors, and equipment rental companies. We continue to adapt to the ever-changing needs of our customers and strive to provide the most comprehensive asset management solutions in the industry."

About REDIview 2.1

REDIview provides users with business critical information such as vehicle speeding and idling for safety and fuel conservation. It reports current status and asset utilization enabling cost analysis reports for all aspects of the deployment. REDIview offers traditional asset management combined with a robust maintenance module, a strong reporting engine and integration tools. More information on REDIview is available online at

About Remote Dynamics, Inc.

Remote Dynamics, Inc. markets, sells and supports a state-of-the-art asset tracking and fleet management solution that contributes to higher customer revenues, enhanced operator efficiency and improved cost control. Combining the technologies of the global positioning system (GPS) and wireless technologies, the company's solution improves our customers' operating efficiencies through real-time status information, exception-based reporting, and historical analysis. The company is based in Plano, Texas. More information about Remote Dynamics is available online at

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