Wireless Matrix

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Wireless Matrix Corporation
Type Public
Traded as TSX: WRX
Founded 1991
Founder(s) Dr. J.T. Knight, et al.
Headquarters Herndon, Virginia, United States
Employees 125 (as of 2010)
Website www.wirelessmatrix.com

CalAmp Corp. (NASDAQ: CAMP), a provider of wireless products, services and solutions, completed acquisition of the operations of Wireless Matrix Corporation in March 2013.[1]

Wireless Matrix Corporation is an American provider of real-time GPS fleet management, Automatic Vehicle Location (AVL) and mobile resource management (MRM) solutions for vehicle fleets. The company provides services to a variety of industries, most notably utilities, telecommunications, cable, rail and home services. Their product offerings include applications provided as software as a service (SaaS) via the internet, vehicle-mounted GPS and wireless communication devices, and bundled data communications. Wireless Matrix provides integration of its products with other workforce management, dispatching and vehicle management applications. The company is headquartered in Herndon, Virginia.


Wireless Matrix's GPS fleet tracking software, FleetOulook, comes in three editions. FleetOutlook Silver is the company's entry level edition, offering basic GPS tracking capabilities. FleetOutlook Gold adds in-cab navigation and two-way messaging for drivers and dispatchers. FleetOutlook Platinum is its comprehensive GPS tracking suite with schedule management functionality.


Wireless Matrix was founded in 1991 as Interprovincial Satellite Services Ltd. (Intersat). [2] Based in Calgary, Intersat provided wireless data and fax services to corporate markets. The company transformed itself into Wireless Matrix in May 2000 [3] and positioned itself in the wireless data services market with the acquisition of Reston, VA, based Norcom Networks Corporation from Norwegian telecommunications company Telenor AS. The company moved its headquarters to Virginia in 2005. The company began to evolve its business model towards the growing market for GPS and fleet management services in 2006. Through internal development and the acquisition of location technology companies MobileAria from Delphi (in 2006) [4] and Sapias, Inc. (2007), Wireless Matrix provides GPS fleet tracking services for 85,000+ subscribers.


  1. ^ http://investor.calamp.com/phoenix.zhtml?c=80120&p=irol-newsArticle&ID=1791793&highlight=
  2. ^ "TSX Venture Information, Intrerprovincial Satellite Services, Ltd". TSX. May 4, 2000. Retrieved 2008-12-01. 
  3. ^ "INTERSAT Name Officially Changed To Wireless Matrix Corporation". Business Wire. May 9, 2000. Retrieved 2008-12-01. 
  4. ^ "Wireless Matrix Acquisition of MobileAria Closes". Market Wire. August 2006. Retrieved 2008-12-01. 

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