September Newsletter 2013

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Drivewyze Now Offers Bypass in Delaware

Drivewyze is pleased to announce that for at least the next six months, and hopefully longer, we will be offering bypass services in the state of Delaware. The new sites that have been activated are at  Biddle’s Corner Toll Plaza on Delaware State Route 1 in Middletown, the Newark Toll Plaza on U.S. Interstate 95/Delaware Turnpike in Newark, and at the Port of Wilmington.

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White Paper from Drivewyze Details Benefits of New Transponder Technology

Drivewyze CEO Brian Heath details how new electronic inspection technology can increase compliance ROI and improve highway safety, in a new Drivewyze white paper that was published this week.

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Drivewyze Gains Market Momentum with New Round of Financing

Intelligent Imaging Systems (IIS), and its sister company, Drivewyze, have announced a $7.5 million round of funding led by Emergence Capital Partners and iNovia Capital. Under the direction of experienced transportation technology executive, Brian Heath, IIS and Drivewyze have created a disruptive mobile application targeting the transportation industry.

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Mobile-Based Inspection Site Bypass is Part of a Sea Change in Trucking Related Technologies

Just as Kodachrome provided us a way to capture our world in beautiful and stunning images, CB radios provided truckers a unique way to communicate using a language all their own. But the sound of CB talk in the cab of a truck is quickly going the way of Kodachrome slides, replaced by digital technology.

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From the Montreal Gazette: A Canadian technology company’s plans to make the smartphone as necessary a tool for truckers as the CB radio is getting a boost thanks to $7.5 million in funding from Emergence Capital Partners and Montreal-based iNovia Capital.

The Alberta-based Drivewyze offers software that helps truckers with good safety records bypass weigh stations. “It helps reduce these hidden costs of weigh station pull-ins,” said Doug Johnson, director of marketing for Drivewyze.

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