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Micronet Gets $800K Order for TREQ-VMX Mobile Rugged Tablets

July 19, 2014

Micronet Enertec Technologies reported that its subsidiary Micronet received an additional purchase order totaling $800,000 for TREQ-VMX fully-portable, rugged mobile tablets from a U.S. based Mobile Resource Management (MRM) service provider.

According to a company release, the customer is a MRM service provider specializing in fleet and operations management for heavy construction, cabin-mounted and field applications. Deliveries are expected to continue through the end of 2014.

Micronet noted that the TREQ-VMX is a rugged, portable tablet for both in-cab and out-of-cabin operations. It is designed to operate in severe environmental conditions. This platform contains a powerful tablet computer, camera, communication tools, bar code reader and connections to truck sensors for fleet management and driver safety. TREQ-VMX can also be fully integrated into corporate information systems.

Shai Lustgarten, CEO of Micronet Ltd., commented: "This is another example of the industry's growing acceptance of the TREQ- VMX platform due to its unique features developed to directly support for the growing market for field-level computing."

David Lucatz, CEO of MICT, concluded: "Our momentum continues as our comprehensive product offering gain additional interest and demand. As we accelerate our marketing and sales efforts, we are confident that we will generate increased order flow for this and many other new applications."

Micronet Enertec Technologies (MICT), operates through two companies, Enertec Systems 2001 and its subsidiary, and Micronet, which operate in the commercial Mobile Resource Management (MRM) market.

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