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June 21, 2016 12:51 PM

App developed by Cal Poly students helps truck fleet managers be more efficient

Bishop Peak Technology, formed in 2012, now employs 15 people

Its first client was Apple, which used the app for its internal bus and shuttle system

Clients of SLO firm include SLO Transit as well as transit firms worldwide

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