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FleetCommander Utilization and Diagnostic Chip

Agile Access Control, Inc.

March 12, 2012 - Products

Agile Access Control Inc. introduces its new FleetCommander Utilization and Diagnostic Chip (UDC), a 1-inch by 1 1/2-inch device that plugs into vehicles to enable automatic and secure collection of data when vehicles pass by a wireless access point. The UDC is available for most passenger vehicles and light-duty trucks, according to the company.

Using wireless technology, the FleetCommander UDC securely uploads data to FleetCommander. In addition to capturing end-of-trip odometer readings automatically for use by the self-service FleetCommander motor pool key control systems, the UDC data is available in multiple FleetCommander reports. Reports provide visibility into the following:

  • Trip mileage, date, time, and duration
  • Fuel used per trip
  • Fuel used for a specific date range
  • Fuel efficiency (moving and idling)
  • MPG
  • Maximum and average speeds
  • Hard starts and stops
  • Maximum and average RPMs, and idling duration

FleetCommander generates fleet utilization reports with the ability to drill-down to see utilization and trips by vehicle type, driver, location, department, and more. With that data, fleet managers can make recommendations to drivers regarding safe driving practices, and understand if they have too few or too many vehicles needed to fulfill their mission, the company stated. According to Agile, the cost for the device is less than $300 each.

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