[Telematics Trends] The Future of Connected Field Operations
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IntelliShift Team

Telematics trends are overtaking the connected field operations industry. With connected, new fleet tracking technology fleet management operations are streamlined.

These changes, although happening all around us, will most certainly generate productive growth of businesses and encourage efficiency for your fleet. Some of these changes you can expect to see as early as this year:

1. Data-Driven Telematics

The connected field operations industry is implementing telematics solutions at a fast pace. Robust telematics, and fleet tracking, software solutions have the ability to automate maintenance recording, score driver behaviors, and even track fuel spend. All of the data gathered is presented in easy-to-use applications that display historical data. This allows you to keep track of your fleet’s operations over time to make better and more intelligent decisions.

2. ELD Compliance Laws

Now that the FMCSA’s ELD Mandate is in place, fleets everywhere have adopted, or are in the process of adopting ELD compliant software. Don’t just settle for the most inexpensive solution, look for an ELD solution that comes up up-to-date technology and strong customer support. This case study shows what can go wrong if you implement the wrong software.

3. Measuring Operational KPI’s

Key Performance Indicators (KPIs) can help assess areas where operations can improve, all while indicating growth and success in other areas. With fleet tracking and telematics software, you can measure all aspects of your fleet operations. With historical reporting and real-time alerts, you can set goals to help drive your fleet’s productivity.

To learn more about the future of Telematics, download our guide today.

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