Inseego Corp., a San Diego business offering wireless electronics and services, named Mark Licht to fill a vacancy on its board of directors. The appointment was effective Jan. 5.
Inseego (Nasdaq: INSG) offers asset tracking services and wireless connectivity hardware. It was formerly known as Novatel Wireless.
Licht, 64, sits on the boards of directors or the advisory boards of several fleet management, autonomous vehicle, insurance telematics, data analytics and original equipment manufacturer-focused telematics companies. They include Preteckt, a predictive maintenance technology provider; Peloton Technology, a connected and automated vehicle technology company; Eleven X, an operator of low-power wide area (aka LORA) networks in Canada; Road Track, an OEM telematics service provider in Latin America; and GPS Dashboard, a developer of sales management solutions in the Salesforce marketplace.
“Mark’s decades of experience as a founder and senior operating executive in the telematics industry will be invaluable to us as we continue on our path to establish Inseego as a leading provider of mobility solutions for the Internet of Things and connected asset tracking market,” Phil Falcone, chairman of the board at Inseego, said in a statement announcing Licht’s appointment.