Features
5 Feb 19

How to plug into your fleet’s data potential

Vehicles produce a multitude of information that allow you to maximise efficiencies, but also a seamless integration into a wider mobility programme. Connecting your fleet is a must, but so is doing it the right way.

Today, telematics is much more than collecting data about position, direction and speed. Born connected, your vehicles provide data points that can help you keep your finger on the pulse on so many levels – safety, efficiency, compliance, vehicle status – that it would be absurd not to exploit them.

Data-driven services and solutions can grow your business and support you in achieving your strategic goals. It is however important to have the right tools to turn raw data into meaningful intelligence and actionable insights, not least in the wider mobility arena, where vehicles are but one link in a diversifying mobility chain.

In any case, data metrics is a multi-layered playing field which is best not trodden unprepared. Understanding technology, exploring the possibilities, determining the right KPIs and getting to know the suppliers is key to make the right choices for your fleet.

Surround yourself with expertise

To help corporate decision makers responsible for buying telematics services, data mining solutions, and innovative vehicle fleet management technology, Fleet Europe is organising its very first Connected Fleets Conference, which will take place in Brussels on May 15 and 16, 2019.

With a special focus on mobility management enablers, data-driven insurance and tech innovations, this first ever Connected Fleets Conference will bring you both disruptive and added value insights to generate efficiencies with your vehicle fleet and mobility programme.

The focus of this high-level event is on learning, creating a global vision and sharing best practices. Of course, you will have plenty of opportunities to network with peers and suppliers. At the end of the conference, you will better understand how to map your technology needs, how to achieve the desired ROI and how to convince the different stakeholders.

Registrations for the Connected Fleets Conference in Brussels, Belgium on May 15 & 16 are now open. Check out the Connected Fleets programme.

 

Authored by: Dieter Quartier