Telematics solutions enabled by the Internet of Things (IoT) help fleet managers and transportation specialists create more efficient, cost-effective operations.
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IoT-enabled vehicle management solutions allow fleet managers to connect and manage vehicle operations from a centralized web-based IoT portal or mobile app. These telematics solutions enable them to:
Telematics-enabled asset tracking ensures that fleet managers always know the health and location of equipment and vehicle fleets. Asset tracking empowers them to locate lost or stolen vehicles and make maintenance decisions based on real-time data.
Insights collected from connected vehicles provide real-time information on the best routes to take under varying circumstances. Equipped with this information, fleet managers can make decisions to:
IoT-enabled telematics solutions help insurers collect and analyze data from devices placed in vehicles. These solutions provide insurers with insights to customize insurance premiums and offer new services to their customers.
BSQ needed a reliable, secure connectivity solution that wouldn’t require customers to purchase additional hardware. Our IoT connectivity and platforms enabled BSQ to provide a complete fleet management and tracking solution.Learn More
EyeSeal leveraged our IoT modules, connectivity services and platforms to enable their monitoring solution. EyeSeal was able to build an industry-first cargo breach detection device many times smaller than competing devices.
What Is Telematics?
Telematics systems blend telecommunications and information technology with data science to deliver real-time information. They enable vehicle and equipment monitoring and management in the transportation industry.
Telematics solutions combine geolocation functionality with connected hardware. These systems take data transmitted from vehicles through telecommunication networks to servers. The information is then analyzed and used to inform operations. After analysis, the server can send commands or new operational parameters to the mobile device or vehicle.