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MiX Telematics’ tried and tested fleet management solutions are world-class and sold in 112 countries.

Up to 62%* of operating costs can be influenced by using MiX Telematics’ fleet management solutions. Results like this are achieved through driver behaviour management and effective mobile resource management. MiX Telematics solutions are designed to benefit commercial fleets of all sizes.

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Safety

 

MiX Telematics consumer solutions, represented by the *Matrix and *Beam-e brands, offer a variety of vehicle tracking solutions for individuals and their families.

 

MiX Telematics’ fleet customers are equipped with timely information and key reporting and analytics tools that reveal how each driver is performing. This enables them to implement highly effective, targeted driver training programmes, which in turn result in efficient corrective action, improved driver behaviour and reduced motor accidents. Fleet drivers, across numerous industries, develop safer driving habits and feel supported and more satisfied in their jobs.

 

Compliance

 

Our solutions have proven highly effective in reducing business risk for commercial customers from varying industries such as Oil & Gas, Bus & Coach as well as Transport & Logistics.

 

Hundreds of fleet operators around the world use MiX Telematics to reduce their business risk on a daily basis. How? Our superior fleet management system equips fleet operators with what they need to improve the performance of their fleets, lower their accident rates, better utilise their mobile resources and reduce their fleets’ carbon emissions. Our solutions also offer companies the tools to comply with Hours of Service legislation in the USA and Europe, as well as IFTA regulations in the USA.

 

Security

 

MiX Telematics consumer solutions, represented by the *Matrix and *Beam-e brands, offer a variety of vehicle tracking solutions for individuals and their families.

MiX Telematics’ fleet customers are equipped with timely information and key reporting and analytics tools that reveal how each driver is performing. This enables them to implement highly effective, targeted driver training programmes, which in turn result in efficient corrective action, improved driver behaviour and reduced motor accidents. Fleet drivers, across numerous industries, develop safer driving habits and feel supported and more satisfied in their jobs.

 

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MiX Telematics, founded in 1996, is a leading global provider of fleet and mobile asset management solutions. The company’s products and services provide enterprise fleets, small fleets and consumers with solutions for safety, efficiency and security.

Overview

Using the Software-as-a-Service (SaaS) delivery model, MiX Telematics delivers its solutions to customers in more than 120 countries, across 6 continents.

Over 450,000 mobile assets – from trucks and buses, to vans, cars, motorbikes and trailers – are actively managed by MiX Telematics. In addition to employing more than 1000 people, MiX Telematics has a network of more than 130 fleet partners world-wide. The company has offices in South Africa, the United Kingdom, the United States, Uganda, Brazil, Australia and the United Arab Emirates.

MiX Telematics shares are publicly traded on the Johannesburg Stock Exchange (JSE: MIX) and on the New York Stock Exchange (NYSE: MIXT).

Vision

"To be the leading global provider of information and related services for mobile assets."

MiX Telematics’ strategy is to leverage its profitable, cash generative business by expanding its recurring revenue model through the company’s worldwide distribution network. With significant critical mass, a global footprint, a large subscriber base and a history of operating successfully in international markets, MiX Telematics is ideally positioned to take advantage of significant international and local growth opportunities.

Heritage

The listing of MiX Telematics in 2007 marked the birth of a new global leader in the vehicle tracking and fleet management industry. The company’s standing as a global player today is the result of a culmination of numerous business successes, key leadership and expertise, and decisions of strategic value.  

The business started out in South Africa in 1995 as Matrix Vehicle Tracking, a consumer-facing business focused on superior vehicle recovery and personal safety; services were delivered using cutting edge GSM–based tracking technology. Matrix soon became one of the leading vehicle tracking and stolen vehicle recovery service providers in South Africa, and the first to emphasise the safety of the individual as opposed to the vehicle – a value the company still applies fully today.

While Matrix Vehicle Tracking was growing its consumer-base in South Africa, another South African business known as Omnibridge was gaining significant ground in the international commercial fleet management market. Omnibridge, which was founded as CI Fleet Management, was responsible for the design and development of the Siemens VDO Fleet Manager (FM) product range. The product range was branded VDO Fleet Manager and sold by Siemens worldwide.

In May 2007, Omnibridge acquired the distribution rights for its Fleet Manager product range from Siemens VDO, while simultaneously acquiring Siemens VDO’s UK-based fleet management and commercial vehicle outfitting businesses, including the Datatrak product range and network. In 2007, Matrix Vehicle Tracking acquired Omnibridge and these two businesses merged and went on to list on the Johannesburg Stock Exchange in November 2007.

Given the company’s vision to become the leading global provider of information and related services for mobile assets, the decision was made to re-brand to MiX Telematics in early 2008. The new brand captured the core of the business - ‘Mobile Information Exchange’ and telematics expertise - while enabling all business aspects, past and present, to come together and adopt a shared vision and philosophy.

Recent developments, over 2008 and 2009, include MiX Telematics’ acquisition of Tripmaster in the United States and SafeDrive International (SDI) based in Dubai and Perth. MiX Telematics North America builds upon the legacy of the Tripmaster brand by continuing to provide commercial fleet operators with greater efficiency and safety levels, as well as Hours of Service & IFTA compliance. SDI now forms part of MiX Telematics Middle East, which successfully serves the Middle East and Australian markets through offices in Dubai and Perth.

Subsidiaries

MiX Telematics Africa

  MiX Telematics (Africa) provides consumer solutions to the South African market under the Matrix and Beam-e brands, while the commercial division provides enterprise fleet management solutions throughout sub-Saharan Africa.  Matrix represents one of the largest personal safety and stolen vehicle recovery brands in South Africa. Its offering encompasses basic and enhanced security services that are designed to suit individual lifestyles, all with an emphasis on personal safety. Beam-e is a highly affordable stolen vehicle recovery service that was launched by MiX Telematics in 2011.

The business operates a 24/7/365 National Operations Centre and has dedicated ground response teams and a company-owned helicopter. MiX Telematics Africa is based in Midrand, Johannesburg, and has recently set-up an office in Uganda. Having eyes and ears on the ground in East Africa, aligns MiX Telematics with the growing demand in the region, while enabling the company to better support its East African business partner network. 

MiX Telematics Europe

Born out of the OmniBridge (now MiX Telematics International) acquisition of the SiemensVDO fleet management business in 2007, MiX Telematics Europe is based in the UK and forms the hub of the group’s sales and distribution business in Europe. The business is well known throughout the UK and Europe as the company behind the original Datatrak vehicle tracking products and network, established in 1985.

MiX Telematics International

MiX Telematics International, based in Stellenbosch, is responsible for all centralised marketing, hosting & operations, research & development functions as well as sales into regions not managed by other MiX subsidiaries. The business is positioned as a central services organisation to the rest of the MiX group businesses and partners, to support growth of the business across its international locations and within its various segments.

MiX Telematics Middle East and Australasia

MiX Telematics Middle East and MiX Telematics Australasia are based in Dubai (UAE) and Perth (Australia) respectively.

The subsidiary was borne out of MiX Telematics’ acquisition of SafeDrive International (SDI), in 2008, a road safety consultancy and training business that was originally formed in 2002. SDI built up a strong reputation in the driver safety and training sector, becoming known for its high standard in training design and delivery.

Today, the businesses combine in-vehicle monitoring systems, driver training and consulting to offer customised, effective driver behaviour and training programmes for global customers focussed on achieving and maintaining the highest levels of safety in the oil and gas, minerals and resources sectors.

MiX Telematics North America

In April 2008, MiX Telematics acquired Tripmaster in order to strengthen its market offering and establish a foothold in the North America market. In the 1970’s, Tripmaster pioneered the development of on-board computers and owns numerous patents relating to state-line crossing algorithms.

Today, MiX Telematics North America builds upon the brand’s legacy by continuing to provide commercial fleet operators with greater efficiency and management control, with an emphasis on driver safety, DOT Hours of Service and IFTA compliance. 

MiX Telematics Brazil

In May 2013, MiX Telematics Brazil was established to increase the company's market penetration and grow its market share in Brazil and the greater Latin America region. The subsidiary – based in Sao Paulo – enables MiX Telematics to better support its channel partner network, while keeping an ear to the ground for requirements that are unique to the region

Careers

At MiX Telematics, we are always in pursuit of the best talent available to grow our global business. We require individuals who believe in giving great customers service, and who thrive on working in a fast-paced environment where change is constant. If you have a positive attitude and an ambition to grow your career, then we hope to hear from you.

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Rental and Leasing

Rental and Leasing

Having a clear view of vehicle locations, information on mileage, and insight into how vehicles are being driven enables Rental and Leasing operators to boost their performance. Better service and more efficient operations help customers to save costs and lessen business risk.

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Transport and Distribution

Transport and Distribution

With rising fuel prices, globalization and increased competition, fleet managers in the Transport and Distribution industry are looking to telematics system providers for a sustainable way to defy tough market conditions.

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Construction

Construction

In Construction, there will always be a demand for quicker project completion, greater fleet efficiency and more protection. This, coupled with the added burden of maintaining expensive equipment, makes it crucial to pursue smart solutions in order to remain profitable.

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Utilities

Utilities

Delivering water, electricity, gas and related services to the mass population is no small feat. Utility companies are acutely aware of the high-value of their loads and have a strong sense of responsibility in transporting and providing services for the delivery of these resources.

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Government

Government

Government and public sector agencies are under relentless pressure to cut costs, while retaining a high standard of service. These challenges can and are being met within Government fleets through the adoption of vehicle telematics systems, as offered by MiX Telematics.

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Emergency Services

Emergency Services

In an emergency, a fleet that operates safely and efficiently could mean the difference between life and death. MiX Telematics provides customers dispensing emergency services with solutions to react to a situation as fast as possible.

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Mining

Mining

Fleets operating in the Mining industry face unique quality, safety and compliance challenges on a daily basis – in addition to needing to operate efficiently.

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Security

Security

Fleets operating in the Security industry rely heavily on vehicle telematics systems to streamline their operations, lower business risk and improve the service they offer to their customers.

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Fast moving consumer goods

Fast moving consumer goods

Customers like SPAR in South Africa and PepsiCo in Egypt have the unique challenge of transporting perishable and breakable goods – often across long distances and to tight schedules.

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Oil and Gas

Oil and Gas

MiX Telematics has partnered with customers in the Oil and Gas industry for over a decade. During this time, we have become experts in developing products and services that enable operators to comply with QHSE regulations specific to their industry and region.

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Public Transport

Public Transport

Having a reliable telematics solution to monitor both drivers and vehicles enables bus operators to manage their performance when it comes to safety and efficiency. MiX Telematics customers, for example, are saving an average of 10% on their fuel costs.

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Operating a fleet can be expensive and, fuel tends to be one of the largest costs for organizations to manage and control.

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Transportation accidents encompass 40% of all workplace deaths and is thus the leading cause of job fatalities. Employers within this sector (and anywhere fleets are involved) should be cognizant of their duty to ensure the safety of their drivers and put appropriate measures in place.

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Telematics and the need for ELDs have made it infinitely easier for fleet managers to collect data. However, the amount of data received on a daily basis can feel overwhelming. So, the question is: how do you know what’s most important?

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At the end of July 2018, we switched off MiX Assist and moved over to the MiX Help Centre, powered by Zendesk.

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23 May 2018; Beame, a brand by MiX Telematics, announced plans to roll out its first Enterprise Development based, mobile fitment centre which will be exhibited at the South Africa Bike Festival, taking place at the Kyalami Grand Prix from the 25 – 27 May 2018.

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Richard Gifford, CIO at logistics giant Wincanton, is taking his firm on a journey: his aim is to create a digital supply chain and develop what he calls the 'Internet of Transport'. Gifford, who became CIO at the firm in April 2017, is already making progress towards that destination, creating a new business strategy through digital transformation. "Just take some pragmatic steps forward and don't be afraid of failure. Fail fast, learn from the things that don't go as expected, adjust and move on," says Gifford.

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There is a lot of buzz in training circles about Gamification. In case you're not familiar with the term, it’s taking something that isn’t typically a game – for instance, safe driving techniques – and adding an element of competition in order to incent a behavior change. Typically, this is done within a peer group, so drivers are competing against each other, either individually or within a team.

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On December 18, the now-infamous ELD mandate came into effect. A survey conducted in October of last year found that 60% of for-hire fleets have yet to switch from paper logs to electronic logging devices (ELDs). Among private fleets, the number was zero. Since the process can be lengthy, these results indicate that there are many fleets that likely didn't make the deadline for ELD implementation.

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Driver incentives is often overlooked by fleet managers but it is a vital component in the process of creating a safe, efficient fleet.

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Assets shouldn’t play second fiddle to your fleet as their management is equally important to your company remaining efficient and profitable.

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MiX Telematics, alongside Mobileye and Seeing Machines, hosted a webinar to teach fleet managers how to turn data into tangible results.

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MiX Telematics channel partner, Continental Italy, has seen significant success by making telematics a large part of their sales. Around 80% of their sales currently focus on telematics with tachograph sales taking up the remaining 20%.

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07 September 2017
We chat to Gavin Lancaster, Operations Director at MiX (Europe), about his cycling career and his recent epic race.

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Earlier in the month, the House Transportation Committee attached a directive to this year’s Transportation, Housing and Urban Development (THUD) appropriations bill. At the time, there was speculation that the event could end up delaying or repealing the Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration’s (FMCSA) ELD mandate set to go into effect on December 18.

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The term “big data” has been roaming the halls for a while now. It’s a phrase used to describe large volumes of data, both structured and unstructured, generated on a daily basis. But it’s not the volume of data that counts. You can have all the data in world, but it’s what you do – or can do – with that data that makes the difference.

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The New Year has arrived with a bang – and, with it, the countdown to December 2017, when commercial motor carriers will be required by law to have implemented Electronic Logging Devices (ELDs).

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In the U.S, in-cab video is more commonly available as a third-party offering. What this means for fleet managers and owners is that they have to invest even more to use another telematics provider’s software to sync this visual evidence.

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From monitoring customers in a supermarket to keeping tabs on traffic congestion on major highways, video surveillance is used to great effect across the world. So why shouldn’t it be used in the road transport industry to survey driver behavior and effectively improve road safety?

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Integrated in-vehicle recording systems have been proven to save fleet owners and managers plenty in time and money – but the biggest benefit affects the drivers themselves: in-cab video can help prevent accidents and save lives.

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29 September 2016

Know someone who points out all the little mistakes you make when driving? Annoying, right – but what if it makes you a better driver in the long run?

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The clock is ticking away as the deadline for the FMCSA’s ELD Mandate inches closer. Fleet managers and drivers are being urged to get their ducks in a row and pick an electronic logging device (ELD).

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Not all electronic logging devices (ELDs) are made equal and it's vital that you choose one that meets all the specifications set out in the ELD Mandate/Final Rule if you want to be compliant and avoid being fined.

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If it's been said once, it's been said a thousand times over: don't wait until the last minute to become ELD Mandate compliant. The earlier these electronic logging devices are installed, the better – especially as the process of doing so and training the appropriate employees will likely take longer than expected.

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02 August 2016
Yes, you must use electronic logging devices (ELD) to comply with the ELD Mandate. And, yes, you will have to invest quite a bit of time and money in transitioning to an ELD system that fulfils all the regulations outlined in the FMCSA’s Final Rule. But, as we’ve said in an earlier post, there are plenty of benefits that come from moving from paper and pen to web and wireless technology.

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With the deadline for the FMCSA’s ELD Mandate Final Rule just around the corner, we’ve set out your journey to compliance in six straightforward steps.

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Everything you need to know about the ELD Mandate

In December 2015, the Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration (FMCSA) announced the final Hours of Service (HOS) rule requiring commercial motor vehicle drivers to track their Record of Duty Status (RODS) electronically, using compliant Electronic Logging Devices (ELD) versus paper logbooks. A phased approach will lead up to the final deadline for compliance of December 16, 2019.

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On December 18, the now-infamous ELD mandate came into effect. A survey conducted in October of last year found that 60% of for-hire fleets have yet to switch from paper logs to electronic logging devices (ELDs). Among private fleets, the number was zero. Since the process can be lengthy, these results indicate that there are many fleets that likely didn't make the deadline for ELD implementation.

Read more


Earlier in the month, the House Transportation Committee attached a directive to this year’s Transportation, Housing and Urban Development (THUD) appropriations bill. At the time, there was speculation that the event could end up delaying or repealing the Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration’s (FMCSA) ELD mandate set to go into effect on December 18.

Read more


The New Year has arrived with a bang – and, with it, the countdown to December 2017, when commercial motor carriers will be required by law to have implemented Electronic Logging Devices (ELDs).

Read more


The clock is ticking away as the deadline for the FMCSA’s ELD Mandate inches closer. Fleet managers and drivers are being urged to get their ducks in a row and pick an electronic logging device (ELD).

Read more


Not all electronic logging devices (ELDs) are made equal and it's vital that you choose one that meets all the specifications set out in the ELD Mandate/Final Rule if you want to be compliant and avoid being fined.

Read more


If it's been said once, it's been said a thousand times over: don't wait until the last minute to become ELD Mandate compliant. The earlier these electronic logging devices are installed, the better – especially as the process of doing so and training the appropriate employees will likely take longer than expected.

Read more


02 August 2016
Yes, you must use electronic logging devices (ELD) to comply with the ELD Mandate. And, yes, you will have to invest quite a bit of time and money in transitioning to an ELD system that fulfils all the regulations outlined in the FMCSA’s Final Rule. But, as we’ve said in an earlier post, there are plenty of benefits that come from moving from paper and pen to web and wireless technology.

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With the deadline for the FMCSA’s ELD Mandate Final Rule just around the corner, we’ve set out your journey to compliance in six straightforward steps.

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ELD Mandate: Do you qualify for exemption
While compliance with the FMCSA's ELD Mandate is compulsory for most drivers of commercial motor vehicles, for-hire and private motor carriers, it's not required for others.

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ELD Reasons to move now
You may think that the FMCSA's ELD Mandate December 2019 final deadline is a long way off and that you still have plenty of time to comply.

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Boca Raton
FL 33487
USA
Tel: +1 877 585 1088

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