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Siyata Mobile launches In-Vehicle cellular IoT device with Verizon

 

Canada-based firm Siyata Mobile announced the commercial launch of the company’s flagship Push-to Talk LTE Uniden UV350 in-vehicle cellular IoT device in partnership with Verizon.

The UV350 provides its enterprise customers with a dedicated in-vehicle Push-to-Talk (PTT) cellular solution built for the specific requirements of commercial vehicles. Features such as in-cabin noise cancellation, increased cellular signal coverage, sound quality, extra-large 5.5” wide screen, and large one-touch buttons allow drivers to “keep their eyes on the road and hands on the wheel,” the company said.

“Launching the UV350 with Verizon continues to increase our reach and we are confident that our innovative in-vehicle solution will continue to spread among enterprise and commercial drivers, creating an increasing demand as our brand recognition grows. We are very excited to be working with Verizon to provide enterprise customers access to the next generation in-vehicle communication solution,” said Marc Seelenfreund, CEO of Siyata Mobile.

The main features of the  UV350 in-Vehicle cellular IoT device include LTE high-speed data, a 5.5” widescreen LED display, a dedicated microphone and speaker for enhanced sound quality and extended cellular and GPS coverage with external antenna included

The company noted that in-vehicle installation ensures device is always powered by the vehicle’s battery while Push-to-Talk Over Cellular (PoC) using Verizon Push to Talk Plus, which provides ensures instant communication at the push of a button.

Siyata also said that the Uniden UV350 device was designed specifically for commercial vehicles, to ensure safer communication for professional drivers.

 

 

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