HiberEasypulse makes monitoring remote and mobile assets affordable for every business.

Installed in minutes, HiberEasypulse provides satellite tracking of any asset at a low $12.50 flat-rate monthly fee with no device costs, and enables a wide array of applications and use cases.

June 29, 2021 · 6 min read

HiberEasypulse makes monitoring remote and mobile assets affordable for every business.

Amsterdam, Netherlands - 29 June, 2021 | IoT-as-a-Service startup Hiber has launched HiberEasypulse, the world's first satellite-based asset tracking system that makes it economically feasible for any company to track and monitor its mobile and fixed assets, even in the remotest locations.

 

HiberEasypulse is a versatile asset-management tool that can be used in a wide variety of mobile tracking applications in sectors such as oil and gas, forestry, mining, and military. It is ideal for monitoring vehicle fleets by providing mobile IoT connectivity to predict maintenance issues, minimize fuel usage, and understand driver behavior.

 

“Every business wants to benefit from IoT technology to reduce carbon emissions, minimize theft, reduce delays, and maintain their assets. But, until now, this has only made economic sense for large enterprises,” said Coen Janssen, chief strategy officer and co-founder of Hiber. “Hiber’s unbeatable combination of connectivity, simplicity, and cost rewrites the rules. HiberEasypulse brings tracking and monitoring of remote and mobile assets within reach of any business, and unlocks new use cases for both established and digital-native business.”

 

HiberEasypulse works straight out of the box and is simply and effortlessly secured to an asset (for e.g. using a magnetic attachment or glue) eliminating the need for complex, messy, and costly wire-based installs. HiberEasypulse also sets a new cost benchmark for mobile tracking and fixed asset monitoring with a low, all-inclusive introductory monthly fee of $12.50 per month or $0.40 per day. There are no upfront device costs, no data subscription fees, and no additional data charges.