Earthwave’s Celebrates 20 Years in Construction Telematics Industry Leading FleetWatcher Developed Specifically for Heavy Construction

(Indianapolis, IN) – Earthwave Technologies, manufacturers of industry leading wireless telematics platforms designed specifically for the heavy construction industry, celebrates their 20th anniversary in 2020.  Their industry leading FleetWatcher Construction Management Solution (CMS) and FleetWatcher Materials Management Solution (MMS), are helping to slash inefficiencies and drastically reduce costs for heavy construction and paving projects throughout North America.  Both products allow users to see what is happening with connected equipment so that they can make informed decisions in real- time, to achieve immediate results.  They are ideal for heavy construction contractors and paving contractors across North America.

Commenting on the milestone anniversary, company founder Larry Baker commented, “This is a very exciting time for us!  Although companies have come and gone in the past two decades, our myopic focus on the needs of heavy construction contractors has fueled our drive and brought us to this milestone.”

Baker also commented on the evolution of technology over the past two decades, and said that applying that technology with a problem solving approach continues to lead to new product developments.  Their electronic logs and e-ticket modules are just two examples of coupling technology, a laser focus on construction and a problem-solving approach.

The people behind the software also play a vital role, and Baker was quick to point out that “we have great people who are committed to our vision and to our customers.”

When asked to predict the future of the industry, Baker said “It’s really hard to predict.  As technology continues to evolve and the appetite of the market for useful solutions evolves, it’s going to be fun and exciting!   We’re thrilled not only to be a part of the conversation, but to be a leader in the space.”

Earthwave Technologies manufactures construction-specific wireless telematic products which provide complete visibility to all components used within the process.  Their industry-leading FleetWatcher Materials Management Solution (MMS) is being used by asphalt paving contractors across the US.  They also offer modules for e-ticketing, off-road construction, and more.  For additional information visit

E-mail  Email Contact, call (800) 553-0027, or write Earthwave Technologies, 8727 Commerce Park, Suite E, Indianapolis, IN   46268.

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