TRACKLOOP COLD-CHAIN TRACKING SOLUTION DISPLAYED ON ONE OF THE FIRST ALL ELECTRIC REFRIGERATED DELIVERY VEHICLES DEMONSTRATED IN NORTH AMERICA
THE TWO VEHICLES ARE CURRENTLY BEING DEMONSTRATED IN NEW YORK AND CALIFORNIA
Vancouver, British Columbia – February 14, 2019 — Trackloop Analytics Corp. (“Trackloop” or the “Company”) (Canadian Securities Exchange: TOOL, FRANKFURT: B2IP, OTCQB: TLOOF) is pleased to announce, in collaboration with Volta Air Technologies (“Volta Air”) and BYD Company Ltd (OTC: BYDDF), one of the first all-electric refrigeration delivery vehicles demonstrated for commercial use in North America. BYD, of which Berkshire Hathaway Inc. (NYSE: BRK.A) is one of the biggest shareholders, is the largest electric vehicle manufacturer in the world. BYD plans to offer all-electric refrigeration delivery vehicles in North America. The demonstration vehicles use Volta Air’s latest transport refrigeration unit equipped with Trackloop’s real-time cold-chain monitoring & tracking software to create zero-emissions refrigerated delivery vehicles.
This collaboration has created a disruptive solution which will be alternative to conventional refrigeration units for urban delivery vehicles. Most delivery vehicles used commercially are either petrol-powered or diesel-powered and consume a significant amount of fuel. Trackloop’s software allows users to monitor and control all systems related to operation of the refrigeration unit, as well as location tracking. The two vehicles are currently being used for commercial demonstration purposes by Baldor Electric Company, owned by ABB Group (NYSE: ABB), in New York and Raley’s Supermarkets & D&D Produce in California. The vehicles have also been showcased at several food delivery and advanced transportation expos.
“We are very proud to be with leaders in the the food logistics industry, involved in building a more sustainable future. Working with BYD Motors and Volta Air on this project to successfully demonstrate the value of all-electric refrigeration delivery vehicles is a massive milestone in the company’s roadmap, and the industry as a whole”, said Trackloop CTO, Zayn Kalyan.
Trackloop is looking beyond existing technology to the future of the delivery vehicle industry as electrification and automation takes over the motor-vehicle industry as a whole. The company’s vision is to be vehicle agnostic and push the envelope, ensuring robust integration to electric and autonomous delivery vehicles. Trackloop’s software is ahead of the curve for operational data collection and analytics, both of which are crucial for the development and advancement of the integrated technologies. Through partnerships with OEM automotive manufacturers, Trackloop aims to become the software of choice for delivery tracking used in urban delivery vehicles and eventually the rest of the supply chain.
About TrackLoop Analytics Inc.
TrackLoop Analytics (TOOL) is an analytics software company that is leveraging digital asset technology to transform and modernize multiple industries. TrackLoop is taking a diversified approach to the analytics and technology space, delivering practical solutions in the finance, logistics, cannabis, and pharmaceutical industries. The Company’s turnkey real-time tracking solutions offer the very latest in IoT and AI, providing valuable data and business intelligence to some of the world’s leading brands.
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SOURCE: Trackloop Analytics Corp.