Siyata Mobile Receives First Major Purchase Order in Canada

- January 7th, 2019

Siyata Mobile (TSXV:SIM) announced that it has delivered on its first purchase order of 180 Uniden UV350 in-vehicle smartphones through a Tier 1 cellular operator to a Canadian transportation company. As quoted in the press release: “This marks a very important milestone for Siyata and proves our smartphone solution is recognized as a superior upgrade … Continued

Siyata Mobile (TSXV:SIM) announced that it has delivered on its first purchase order of 180 Uniden UV350 in-vehicle smartphones through a Tier 1 cellular operator to a Canadian transportation company.

As quoted in the press release:

“This marks a very important milestone for Siyata and proves our smartphone solution is recognized as a superior upgrade to the existing status quo of multiple in-vehicle devices,” said Marc Seelenfreund, CEO of Siyata Mobile. “In the mobile worker market, North American enterprises are upgrading to Push-to-Talk Over Cellular due to significant cost savings, nationwide coverage, interoperability between employees, while other applications provide analytics to improve safety and business efficiencies. We are certain this paradigm shift will benefit the commercial vehicle market and we are very proud to be the first and only company to offer a dedicated in-vehicle cellular solution for the next generation of fleet communication in North America.”

According to Statistics Canada, in 2017 there were ~1.2 million commercial vehicles in Canada.

The UV350 is the world’s first and only dedicated 4G in-vehicle smartphone with carrier grade Push-to-Talk over Cellular (“PoC”) integration while being compatible on Band 14. As an all-in-one, purpose-built in-vehicle smartphone designed to upgrade single purpose hardware, the UV350 creates in-vehicle efficiencies never seen before in the commercial fleet and vehicle market.

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