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Siyata Mobile Inc. (TSX.V: SIM) (OTCQX: SYATF) Advancing Unique Commercial Cellular Device for Public Safety and Commercial Fleet Vehicles

  • Siyata Mobile is offering a new category of cellular device designed to make commercial vehicle technology safer and more efficient for drivers on the road
  • The company recently announced that its Uniden UV350 in-vehicle mounted phablet is now FirstNet Ready, making it tested and approved for use on the FirstNet communications platform
  • With approval for use on both the AT&T and FirstNet Networks, the company is now open to a large untapped U.S. marketplace of first responders and commercial vehicles

Siyata Mobile Inc. (TSX.V: SIM) (OTCQX: SYATF) has now launched its FirstNet Ready Uniden UV350 4G/LTE In-Vehicle Device for Public Safety (http://nnw.fm/vhW8m), representing a milestone in the company’s development. Siyata’s UV350 is the first in-vehicle mounted phablet that’s been tested and approved for use on both the AT&T and FirstNet networks.

“We have been working for the past two years to launch at U.S. carriers,” CEO and Board Chairman Marc Seelenfreund said in an interview with InvestorIntel published last month (http://nnw.fm/9npkF). “This is a very long process and very few companies are able to actually achieve device approvals at the U.S. carriers. Now that we have launched with AT&T and FirstNet, we can begin targeting a very large-scale opportunity in the United States.”

Siyata’s flagship products are designed to establish a new category of cellular communication devices dedicated to commercial vehicle use. The UV350 is a 4G/LTE device that utilizes Push-to-Talk Over Cellular (PoC) technology to promote a safe way for commercial vehicle drivers to communicate on the road – eliminating potential distractions that might occur when multiple devices come into play for managing vehicle functions and transmissions.

“Our research suggests, there are approximately 10 million commercial vehicles in the United States and over 3 million first responder vehicles in the United States. So, we’re going after a market, just in North America, of over 13 million commercial vehicles and we’re the only ones, with a dedicated in-vehicle device like this to target this market opportunity,” Seelenfreund added.

For more information, visit the company’s website at www.SiyataMobile.com

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