Kennards partners with Fleet Space for telematics

By Thomas Allen13 March 2019

Australia-based rental company Kennards Hire has partnered with Internet of Things (IoT) and satellite specialist Fleet Space Technologies to help it track and manage its equipment.


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Fleet Space Technologies’ second Centauri satellite being launched on SpaceX’s Falcon 9 SSO-A mission in December 2018

The partnership will see Kennards use Fleet Space’s satellite network to track and monitor its fleet, providing fleet management data as well as expanding its preventive maintenance capability.

Fleet Space launched its first four ‘nanosatellites’ in late 2018, to which will be added many others to create an extensive network. This will help to lower the cost of connectivity, opening up new opportunities for Kennards and its customers.

Craig Kesby, General Manager of Strategic Projects at Kennards, said, “That’s why they’re an interesting partner for us. Moving forwards, I think they’ll enable us to collect data from more and more equipment.”

With new data streams will come new potential revenue streams, Kesby told IRN. The full interview with Kesby will be published in the April/May issue of the magazine.

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