Fleet Complete's integration with Stellantis' Data as a Service Company, Mobilisights, aims to provide fleet managers with predictive insights into safety and maintenance, streamlining their operations.  -  Photo: Fleet Complete

Fleet Complete's integration with Stellantis' Data as a Service Company, Mobilisights, aims to provide fleet managers with predictive insights into safety and maintenance, streamlining their operations.

Photo: Fleet Complete

Fleet Complete, a provider of connected fleet management solutions, has announced the launch of its OEM telematics data support for Stellantis connected vehicles through Mobilisights, Stellantis' Data as a Service Company.

Easing Access to Data from OEM Telematics Devices

The FC Hub, Fleet Complete’s cloud-based fleet management software, is now seamlessly integrated with Stellantis’ embedded telematics, found in vehicles manufactured from 2019 onward.

The data integration is aimed at helping fleets optimize their operations. With Mobilisights data integration, Stellantis vehicles can now transmit data directly to Fleet Complete’s platform, eliminating the need for additional hardware installations, Fleet Complete noted in a news release.

“Fleet Complete is excited to support Stellantis vehicles by leveraging their data through Mobilisights with enhanced cloud-connected analytics, reporting and dashboards, to help fleet managers drive better business decisions. Our OEM integrations are part of our commitment to continuously innovating and enhancing the connected vehicle experience for fleet managers, especially those with mixed-fleet operations needing a single pane of glass across multiple asset types.” Fleet Complete Chief Product Officer Frank Friesacher said.

Fleet-Wide Visibility in Mixed Fleets

When fleet managers operate mixed fleets, they often have few choices for achieving fleet-wide visibility and reporting when dealing with multi-vendor integrations.

With multi-vendor EV and hybrid fleets becoming increasingly more common, fleet managers often rely on OEM telematics data support through a common platform for a 360-degree view of their fleet. 

This integration underscores the growing importance of adopting seamless data integration through a unified platform for OEM connected vehicles, emerging as the preferred solution for mixed fleets, according to Fleet Complete.

Fleet Complete is collaborating with several North American automotive OEMs, including Stellantis, to enhance the utilization of connected vehicle data and AI machine learning.

This new collaboration aims to provide fleet managers with predictive insights into safety and maintenance, streamlining their operations.

Through fleet telematics, Fleet Complete stated, fleets gain deeper insights into their safety, compliance and sustainability data – without the need for hardware fees or installation downtime.

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