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Gurtam meetup: recent COVID-19 use cases in telematics

9 June, 2020
Tatsiana Charnavets

Can you imagine we have already held 25 meetups in all languages with Wialon experts from all over the world? Our partners shared their insights, discussed the current challenges, and expressed their support. And our team has no intention to stop arranging online meetings. Moreover, we have launched the Gurtam TV page to let the Wialon partners speak even louder. Watch the past meetups, webinars, and podcasts in one place and check this page for the new announcements.

For now, we are pleased to announce the upcoming online meeting scheduled for June 11. The topic is Recent COVID-19 use cases in telematics: breakdown. The format is a panel discussion with 10 questions for each of the invited experts about launching and implementing their COVID-19 projects.

The following projects to be discussed:

  1. tracking cleaning services on a construction site using WiaTag and geofence reports (X-Telia);
  2. contactless load receipt on a construction site using WiaTag, notifications, geofences, Google Survey (X-Telia);
  3. tracking the ventilators (Direct Communication Solutions).

Gurtam meetup experts

Experts:

Senior Partner Succes Manager at Gurtam

Moderator: Liana Shatova, Senior Partner Success Manager, Gurtam 

Date: June 11, 5 p.m. (GMT+3)

Language: English

We are looking forward to seeing everyone who wants to participate online. 

Please, feel free to add this event to your Google or Outlook calendar. Also, catch the stream link. Feel free to sign up to be updated on the new meetups and follow the Gurtam TV page.  


Please, note that you can watch this meetup recorded.

Tatsiana Charnavets
Tatsiana Charnavets
Tatsiana is the Content Marketing Specialist at Gurtam who writes about subjects valuable to the Wialon community. She creates blog content, product presentations, and printed materials that our partners use in their business activities.

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