Verizon Connect introduces Immobilisation for Verizon Connect Reveal, a powerful tool developed specifically for customers who want to help prevent unauthorised use of vehicles and aid in the recovery of stolen vehicles. Immobilisation for Verizon Connect Reveal works with the Verizon Connect Reveal platform and enables fleet managers to remotely disable a vehicle’s ignition once the vehicle’s engine has been shut off, effectively stopping vehicle misuse in near real time.

“With Immobilisation for Verizon Connect Reveal we are helping give customers a level of safety and security they’ve never had before,” said Derek Bryan, EMEA vice president, at Verizon Connect. “They have peace of mind knowing they have the power to take action quickly and safely, with the push of a button.”

Immobilisation for Verizon Connect Reveal can be viewed from the Reveal Vehicle page where users can locate and choose which vehicles to immobilise, and is compatible with most CalAmp hardware.

Notable features include the ability to:

  • Remotely disable a vehicle’s ignition directly from the Reveal web portal or mobile app
  • Check when the request to immobilise a vehicle has been sent, if it’s pending and when it’s complete
  • View history of when and where a vehicle was immobilised or mobilised

For more information about Immobilisation, visit www.verizonconnect.com

Written by Jim O Brien/CEO

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