December 17, 2015

Recently Deployed Solution Manages KLM’s Fleet, Employees, and Assets

SAN DIEGO, Dec. 17, 2015 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — The Ctrack telematics solution from Inseego Corp. (formally Novatel Wireless, Inc.) was selected by KLM Equipment Services, a subsidiary of KLM Royal Dutch Airlines, to increase the efficiency of their operations and productivity of their employees and assets, while enabling KLM to monitor and manage its fleet of specialist vehicles and equipment.

The solution includes a unique SaaS platform developed for KLM that facilitates multiple departments, and other supplier companies operating at the Amsterdam Schipol Airport, to monitor and manage access for airport staff cardholders to KLM equipment.

“Within two months, we developed an innovative and unique platform that KLM can use to enhance the flexibility and productivity of their fleet and assets,” said Sue Swenson, CEO of Inseego Corp. “We are proud of the industry-leading solutions we are delivering that enable our customers to achieve operational efficiencies and reduce costs. As a result of the program’s proven ROI, KLM is examining an expansion of the Ctrack solution.”

The Amsterdam Schiphol Airport ranks as the world’s fifth busiest airport by international passenger traffic, according to the Airport’s Council International.

About KLM Equipment Services

KLM Equipment Services operates as an independent subsidiary company of KLM Royal Dutch Airlines. With Amsterdam Schiphol Airport as our permanent home base since 1952, we have wide expertise in all aspects of ground support equipment (GSE); all vehicles and equipment for the handling of aircraft on the ground.

GSE is an indispensable link in the logistical processes of all airports. Our goal is to realize low operational cost, with maximal availability of your equipment. http://www.kes-gse.nl/en/

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