A huge benefit of adopting Electronic Logging Devices (ELDs) is how easy they make it for fleet managers to collect and analyze data that can help improve fleet operations. At first, the amount of data can seem overwhelming, but once you get used to it, you can see how to use that data to improve every area of your fleet's performance. Today, we will be talking about KPIs for fleet management.
What Are KPIs?
ELDs generally provide data from GPS tracking devices connected to the fleet vehicles' engines. These devices track metrics such as idling time, speed and speeding, fuel usage, location, driver behavior, and more. The data is transferred to the fleet management software, and fleet managers can access it through smartphones, tablets, or laptops. In some cases, this data is transmitted in real-time, helping you make quick decisions.
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