SAN DIEGO, CA–(Marketwired – Apr 7, 2015) – Franklin Wireless Corp. (OTCQB: FKWL), a market leader in broadband data communications including hardware and software solutions for M2M and the IoT, today announced that it is developing a Bus Information System (BIS) that is currently being tested in two countries. The Bus Information System (BIS) being developed by Franklin Wireless represents a full end-to-end IoT (Internet of Things) solution and includes both hardware and software engineered by the Company. This innovative BIS features Franklin’s newly developed intelligent gateway that supports GPS, WiFi, OBDII, CCTV and black box integration and includes a fully functional information system. This system allows bus companies to track and manage their bus fleets and provides information to bus riders. Bus companies can monitor in real-time the speed and location of each bus in their fleet and view live streaming video from video-enabled black boxes positioned in various locations within the buses. A unique feature of this new BIS that sets it apart from similar solutions is that it extends beyond remote monitoring and actually allows for two-way communication between the control center and each bus.
“The new Bus Information System currently under development by the Company is our first foray into the IoT and represents a full end-to-end hardware and software solution,” said OC Kim, president of Franklin Wireless. “This is an important milestone for the Company as we expand beyond hardware devices and into full software and hardware solutions for the IoT and M2M.”
About Franklin Wireless
Franklin Wireless Corp. (OTCQB: FKWL) is a global leader in innovative hardware and software products that support machine-to-machine (M2M) applications and the Internet of Things (IoT), as well as intelligent wireless solutions including mobile hotspots, routers and modems. For more information, please visit www.franklinwireless.com.
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