Commercial fleet adoption of telematics systems is expected to continue its torrid growth trajectory and increase to 20 million units in three years from the current 13 million units due to the increasing popularity of video-based driver management products and other solutions, according to a leading industry analyst.
The City of Spokane, Wash., has begun tracking its waste collection trucks to measure key metrics, including service confirmations, missed pickups, landfill diversion, and recycling rates.
The City of Worcester, Mass., should expand telematics to its entire fleet for cost savings, a study from a non-partisan research group stated.
After nearly a full year with the Electronic Logging Device mandate in effect, here's a look at what we know so far and where this important connected-vehicle technology seems to be heading.
With a growing variety of fleet management software and applications, requests for further integrations with video and other services, advancements, and enhancements continue to be in high demand.