At a simple level, telematics may involve using GPS to track vehicles in a fleet.
But today, the most sophisticated telematics systems can be used to intervene when a truck driver is going too fast, following too closely, or falling asleep behind the wheel. Deploying wireless telematics systems can lead to increased productivity, improved customer service, higher levels of safety, and more efficient use of company assets.
Thanks to integrating telematics into their fleets, companies are seeing a 15 percent increase in productivity per truck. Managers of even small fleets can now optimize the maintenance and performance of their vehicles while also improving driver performance and overall safety.
Download this guide now and learn how telematics systems optimize fleet performance and safety and what you can track with it. Plus, we'll also include several no-obligation complimentary price quotes from reputable GPS Systems providers to get you started.
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