Top 5 Reasons Utility Workers Need an In-Vehicle Gateway

Technology in the utility fleet is advancing every day. Video surveillance, remote access to systems and databases and the latest vehicle dispatching and tracking technologies enable utility workers to safely cover more ground, and coordinate with other resources. 

Most organizations rely on laptops as the primary communications device for utility workers. Some devices in and around the vehicle can connect to the laptop, usually by USB. The laptop provides connectivity over commercial, municipal or depot wireless networks using either a built-in or plug-in data card. 

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