Digital Matter and RFIT Join Forces to Conquer the French IoT Market

Digital Matter and RFIT Join Forces to Conquer the French IoT Market
28Mar2018

RFIT, specialists in IoT and technologies for industry 4.0, formalised their relationship with Digital Matter at the Mobile World Congress (MWC 2018) held in Barcelona


On the 28th of February RFIT, specialists in IoT and technologies for industry 4.0, formalised their relationship with Digital Matter, manufacturers of telematics devices and equipment (GPS Trackers, Sigfox and LoRa IoT trackers) at the Mobile World Congress (MWC 2018) held in Barcelona.
 
This relationship will allow the two companies to combine forces to address the French, Tunisian and Moroccan IoT markets with industrial trackers connected to GSM, LoRa and Sigfox networks.
Julien Vinay, CEO of RFIT, states that "in a booming IOT market, RFIT has chosen to partner with a solid manufacturer, recognized internationally with proven equipment. For us, it is a guarantee of safety and reliability that we absolutely wanted to bring to our customers and which is part of our corporate policy. With Digital Matter, we offer a complete range of trackers to meet all the needs of our customers. These trackers are efficient, reliable and very competitive and pave the way for the deployment of  value added tracking solutions."
 
Applications:
Traceability of equipment, fleet management, asset management, equipment, tools ...

Sectors:
BTP, industrial maintenance, health, safety, agriculture, energy, nuclear, lifting, logistics ...
 
RFIT will distribute equipment for these markets and integrate these trackers into its TOOLTRACK solution, dedicated to the management and traceability of equipment and tools.
This partnership allows Digital Matter entry into the Internet of Things market in France, Tunisia and Morocco. "Digital Matter has a presence in Australia, The United States, Africa and in Europe ... and are happy to be working with a specialist business partner in traceability and logistics like RFIT" says André Blignaut, Sales Manager.
RFIT will be present at Smart Industry in Paris from March the 27th to the 30th and invites you to find out more about its solutions for the smart industry (industry 4.0 middleware - reusable container management - management and traceability of equipment and tools - inventory management and logistics flows) as well as the range of Digital Matter products (GSM trackers, LoRa, Sigfox ...).
 
About RFIT
RFIT is an IT engineering company that designs and develops connected and smart solutions for  industry 4.0: traceability of assets and products, embedded systems, connected objects (IoT), automation of human-machine communication and machine to machine digital services with high value add.
RFIT offers 4 excellent solutions for Industry 4.0:
  • TOOL-TRACK: management and traceability of equipment and tools.
  • CARRY-TRACK: management of reusable containers.
  • SUPPLY-TRACK: management of stocks and logistics flows.
  • RFI-smart: middleware solution interfacing with your business software (MES, WMS, TMS, ERP), to set up your smart manufacturing / smart logistics.
Contact:
Julien VINAY | CEO RFIT - jvinay@rfit-tech.com - 04 75 75 98 52
ZA les Plaines – Rue du Commerce - 26320 Saint Marcel Les Valence - France
 
About Digital Matter
Digital Matter is an innovative award winning global technology company that designs and develops embedded electronic solutions along with the software platforms required to manage and report asset activities and events.

Digital Matter has established itself as the world leader in battery-powered asset tracking devices.

Digital Matter was founded in 2001 and is today a business with over 20 engineers and software developers operating in Australia, South Africa and USA. Head office and IP is centred in Perth, Western Australia. Manufacturing is handled out of the South African office. Digital Matter continues to invest in the tools, skills and experience of our staff across all of our operations.
 
Digital Matter is recognised globally for top tier innovative devices with an affordable value proposition and that are designed to out-perform.
 
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