Delta’s Gps fleet management platform will soon be available for gatekeepers and gateways, allowing for a new wave of smart home automation solutions, the airline announced.
Delta has signed a partnership with Gps, the startup behind a smart home platform called Gatekeepers, to offer gatekeepers the ability to use the Gps cloud-based app to track their fleets, according to a press release issued by the airline.
The service will allow gatekeepers to track and manage their fleets by sending an SMS, email, or web link to a specified endpoint.
The gps cloud service will also enable gatekeepers from around the world to view and interact with their fleet information, with the gatekeepers receiving a list of all the vehicles and their current status.
Gatekeepers will be able to view the fleet’s speed, direction, distance, fuel efficiency, fuel consumption, and other important information.
Delta will also offer the ability for gatekeeper to track fuel consumption using its fleet management service, Delta Fuel Usage.
Delta is also introducing a gateway clipper for the gatekeeper that will be a service of Gatekeepers and Gateways, a partnership that was announced in May.
Gatekeepers is already available for consumers, but Delta is introducing this new feature for gatekeeping customers who are not part of the Delta Connect program, according, the release.
Delta’s gps service is being offered in three different regions: the US, Europe, and Asia.
Delta has also expanded the gPS service to include the ability of gatekeepers in the UK, Singapore, Hong Kong, Malaysia, and Taiwan.