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No matter in which country your fleet operates, your drivers will at some point have to navigate potentially dangerous weather conditions. Know what the risks are and properly equip your drivers with the right tools to navigate poor road conditions.
Big data is a term that describes large volumes of structured and unstructured data. If you’re using telematics, you are generating big data. However, big data is only useful if you know how to analyze it and convert it into actionable safety intelligence.
Implementing in-cab video in your fleet is ideal for improving poor driver behavior and, in turn, doing so will decrease the risk of accidents and increase the overall safety of your fleet.
Having telematics solutions employed in your fleet is absolutely necessary now but many companies often forget to put proper policies and procedures in place to guide drivers and fleet operators in the importance and usage of the software.
As the ELD mandate deadline in the US approached, there was a mad rush to get any ELD solution implemented to ensure compliance. However, are you satisfied with the solution you chose? Do you know that there might be better options available for your specific needs?
Gamification strategy is being employed in so many areas of life even though we may not even be aware of it. Employing gamification methods in your fleet is easy and has been proven to improve your driver engagement, efficiency and business outcomes.
Remember, you can only improve what you measure! Setting goals for your fleet is very important but you also need to employ methods to show how close you are to achieving those goals, what areas need improvement and what exact steps you should take.
Machine learning (an application of artificial intelligence) is no longer the stuff of science fiction. This technology is now being used to collect and analyze telematics data in a more advanced way than humans can and produce reports that can elevate day-to-day fleet operations.
Accurately tracking driving hours is essential for complying with Hours of Service regulations (in order to reduce fatigue and ensure driver safety). However, driver hours data can also be used to improve issues related to overtime, customer billing, payroll and fleet utilization.
A telematics provider should go above and beyond simple implementation. It’s vital to choose a long-term partner that will guide and support you from the beginning to the end of your contract and provide you Service for Life.
Many people assume that asset management software is only useful for tracking and locating your most valuable assets but it also has many hidden benefits that fleets may not be aware of, including inventory management, maintenance and servicing, compliance management, fuel usage and more.