1986 – Talon Technology founded in New Zealand as a concept for Marine applications.
1990 – Secured ownership of Navman Trademark.
2003 – Navman NZ granted a patent for the first M-Nav device, breaking new ground in fleet management.
2006 – Launched the first integrated tracking and navigation unit under the new brand, Navman Wireless.
2011 – Winner of the prestigious Chicago Innovation Award for Qtanium 300, the first universal construction fleet tracking system.
2012 – Navman Wireless Acquired by Danaher Corporation.
Formed a partnership with Transtech Driven to provide a market-leading driver fatigue management system, Sentinel.
2013 – Launched the Qtanium 350, a ruggedised asset tracking solution for the construction and mining sectors.
2014 – Launched a business intelligence solution, Adaptive Intelligence, enabling customers to use fleet analytics data for KPI-based decision-making and generating business insights.
2015 – Launched the GPS Driver Tracker in partnership with Domino’s Pizza Enterprises in ANZ, implementing tracking across the entire Australian pizza delivery fleet. Won a Gold Stevie Award for Most Innovative Company.
Navman Wireless merged with Teletrac, Inc., a leading telematics provider in the U.S. and U.K., to extend global reach.
Launched flagship GPS fleet management platform, DIRECTOR, to provide customers with unparalleled fleet data.
2016 – Rebranded as Teletrac Navman.
Acquired Transtech Driven, a leading compliance solutions provider, to help improve driver safety in the transport industry.
Danaher divests. Fortive Corporation (NYSE: FTV), a diversified industrial growth organisation, becomes the parent company of Teletrac Navman.