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FYM receives order on a traffic counting sensor. The sensor is based on the same wireless technology as the tracki system and connects seamlessly as a drop-in sensor in the trackinetwork. The objective with the sensor is to count cars that pass in a lane of the road. The unique selling point of the product is ease of deployment, that it is battery operated and that the data is easy to accesses. The first deliveries are planned in Q2 2014.
FYM delivers the first batch of the new updated BlueTexGPS. The product shares all the unique selling points from its predecessor, no installation, easy to use, real-time tracking etc. The product is designed to meet the requirement from the snow clearance market 100%. The biggest difference is that it’s much smaller, more cost effective and even more robust!
FYM receives order and delivers a depth sensor to monitor sub surface temperature. The sensor is based on the same technology as our road surface sensors but instead of measuring the surface temperature the temperature deeper down in the ground is measured. The sensor utilizes the same wireless technology as the tracki system and connects seamlessly as a drop-in sensor in the tracki network.
Nyheter P4 Radio Stockholm did a radio spot about Trackice. Read and listen to it at
FYM receives significant grant from tillväxtverket to develop a wireless road sensor for detection of ice and road temperature.
FYM receives order regarding development of an intelligent sensor for the snow clearance industry. The sensor is to detect status of ploughs without tapping in to the hydraulic system.
FYM signs contract with major American ASP within track and trace regarding development of a new innovative sensor system targeting driver behaviour.
FYM is growing and has moved to bigger more flexible premises.
FYM delivers samples of the new platform TrackI to selected customers. You will learn more about this extremely low power telematics platform later on in 2010.