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New “plug and play” device provides fleet tracking with easy installation

The Essex-based vehicle tracking specialist says that the SK410 device works on any vehicle with an OBD-II on-board diagnostic socket and in most cases, the unit can be up and running within a few minutes of being plugged in. Installation is simple and can be easily carried out by the end user, rather than a specialist installer, although Enigma can offer this service if required.

The SK410 provides a full range of standard vehicle tracking data, including journey start and end, interval reports, speed, direction and distance, plus tamper alerting to indicate if the unit has been removed.  It can also provide a wealth of extra data through the OBD-II port, although this will vary depending on the type of vehicle.

All data recorded by the SK410 can be accessed on Enigma’s recently updated Skyline 7.5 web platform, which currently hosts over 28,000 mobile assets in the UK, Africa and the Middle East. As well as via the standard PC web interface, users can access tracking data on the move with the latest Skyline tracking app for Apple and Android tablet devices.

David White, Enigma Telematics’ sales manager, commented: ‘This is a terrific new product. The development team has done a great job and many of our existing customers feel this product can help to provide them with continuous data on the temporary vehicles they have coming through their fleet. Additionally, new market opportunities are opening up in the leasing, daily rental and insurance sector.  The SK410, together with the latest release of Skyline software, has had a really positive impact on sales.’

The SK410 is priced at £11.50 per month, including SIM card and software access, over a five-year contract. Other purchase options are available under the Enigma Telematics Flex-e finance package.

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Natalie Middleton

Natalie has worked as a fleet journalist for nearly 20 years, previously as assistant editor on the former Company Car magazine before joining Fleet World in 2006. Prior to this, she worked on a range of B2B titles, including Insurance Age and Insurance Day.