Posted September 17 , 2021
Samsara announced Monday it has been awarded a single-source, multiyear contract to supply its connected operations platform to the state of Tennessee and participating government agency fleets.
Samsara’s technology — including vehicle telematics, equipment monitoring and driver safety — will be available to all state, municipal and county fleets serving Tennessee’s population of nearly 7 million people.
“In the world of government services, the efficient use of assets and resources is a top priority. These organizations gain visibility into operational data that can help them do just that — ultimately reducing maintenance costs, building fuel-efficient infrastructure and streamlining response times to citizen complaints,” Alexander Stevenson, Samsara’s vice president of product management, said in a statement.
The $1.2 million contract runs through June 20, 2024, according to the Tennessee Department of General Services. It includes Samsara technology such as plug-and-play GPS vehicle trackers, panic buttons, dashcams, rugged vehicle trackers and engine immobilizers.
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