Fleet telematics has evolved. Automotive personnel realise that the focus now is on understanding what the car can tell you. The issues have moved beyond simple tracking and fuel consumption data offered by most telematics providers. Today’s systems can accurately, cost-effectively, and remotely extract and present data from the engine management systems of a vehicle in an intuitive [...]
Azuga, a provider of connected vehicle technology, has announced that seasoned fleet telematics veteran Thomas Erdman has joined as president of Azuga’s fleet division.
Shaanxi Automobile Group, a Chinese bus and truck manufacturer, has announced a new multi-phase strategic partnership with Traffilog Ltd., that aims to supply the Chinese automotive industry with innovative telematics – logistics technologies.
Southampton, UK. March 2, 2015 — An average heavy goods vehicle in the UK consumes £42,000 (€57,750) of fuel annually in the UK, and haulage companies operate on extremely tight margins, usually between 1-3%. This means fuel savings can have a huge effect on their profitability.
For service companies, vehicle fleets represent both an asset and a cost. Swisscom is now offering a new M2M-based (machine-to-machine) fleet telematics solution, which will allow customers to optimally manage their vehicles and reduce both fuel consumption and CO2 emissions, among other benefits.
Masternaut, has launched a Change Management Consultancy Practice to help businesses optimise the effectiveness of their telematics implementation.
Gothenburg, Sweden, July 4, 2014 – According to a new research report from the analyst firm Berg Insight, the number of active fleet management systems deployed in commercial vehicle fleets in Russia/CIS and Eastern Europe was 2.9 million in Q4-2013.
Gothenburg, Sweden: According to a new research report from the analyst firm Berg Insight, the number of active fleet management systems deployed in commercial vehicle fleets in Europe was 3.05 million in Q4-2012. Growing at a compound annual growth rate (CAGR) of 16.0%, this number is expected to reach 6.40 million by 2017.
Gothenburg, Sweden – According to a new report from analysts Berg Insight, the number of active fleet management systems deployed in commercial vehicle fleets in Russia/CIS and Eastern Europe was 2.2 million in Q4-2012. Growing at a compound annual growth rate (CAGR) of 22.6%, this number is expected to reach 6.1 million by 2017.
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