Eurotainer’s low pressure gas tanks for products like anhydrous ammonia, LPG/propane, butane and several R gases will now come equipped with Intermodal Telematics’ RL22-Ex digital level gauges. The RL22-Ex is a sensor that is used together with a Rochester Level Gauge to create a digital level sensing solution for liquid and now gas tank containers.

Already for the 5th time, the prestigious event The Rise of IoT & Big Data in Rail will take place in Cologne. As a specialist and thought leader in rail telematics, we are part of the event as a proud sponsor.
We would like to share with you the latest telematics solutions in rail & cargo management, condition-based maintenance and smart rail sensors & data. Let’s meet at The Rise of IoT & Big Data in Rail, and explore the opportunities that are within reach for your rail business in the telematics space.

Peacock, a strong growing global lessor of tank containers, and IMT, the global market leader for tank container telematics, are pleased to announce their collaboration to provide innovative telematics solutions to Peacock’s customers.

The transition to artificial intelligence (AI) and big data is in full swing. The potential of AI, big data and machine learning, as well as the long-term and short-term benefits for the railcar and tank container market, is no longer a distant future but is happening right now. Together with our customers, IMT is now working on appropriate AI business models. For clients, IMT develops algorithms and uses machine learning tools to generate meaningful insights and derivatives, generating a solid foundation of information. With the AI tool we can help tank container operators to increase the utilization rate of their fleet and generate more useful alert notifications, provide reliable and fast status changes, and increase overall visibility and efficiency.

Intermodal Telematics (IMT), specialist and thought leader in state-of-the-art telematics solutions for the tank container and railcar industry, introduces the Rochester Level sensor (RL22-Ex). The RL22-Ex is a sensor that is used together with a third-party, compatible Rochester Level Gauge to create a digital level sensing solution for tank containers and tank wagons.

As a specialist in offering full-fledged telematics solutions for tank containers and rail cars, we are present at Transport Logistic 2023, ITCO Village in Hall: B4, row/area 221/322, booth number 002. We’re happy to share our latest innovations and solutions to you. Zooming in on “Smart tank telematics solutions, smart data”, we want to take you into the world and future of telematics this year. Let’s discuss what we can do for you in regards to your day to day logistics operations, tank telematics can make the difference in safety, efficiency and quality performance.

For the fifth time, the prestigious Safety Awards competition was held through the collaboration between ICHCA International (ICHCA) and TT Club. IMT is delighted to be a finalist for this year’s Safety Award, with our multiple temperature warning system.

The 9th International LNG Congress will take place on Monday 6 and Tuesday 7 March. The International LNG Congress is one of the most important LNG events in Europe. As a specialist in telematics for the (remote) monitoring of dangerous goods, IMT will be present to discuss your questions, wishes and needs and share with you the latest developments in telematics. As a sponsor, you can meet us at our stand during the conference days.

InnoTrans is the world’s leading trade fair for transport technology and takes place every two years in Berlin. The five segments at InnoTrans are Railway Technology, Railway Infrastructure, Public Transport, Interiors and Tunnel Construction. InnoTrans is organised by Messe Berlin. The thirteenth edition of InnoTrans will take place on the Berlin Exhibition Grounds from 20 to 23 September 2022. We hope to welcome you in Hall 6.1, stand #210.

Hitachi Rail and Intermodal Telematics (IMT) have agreed an exclusive long-term partnership that will add IMT’s pioneering monitoring sensors to Hitachi’s existing digital freight service. The agreement will allow Hitachi to offer rail freight companies around the world a solution that provides real time monitoring to improve efficiency and safety.