The future of telematics usage in commercial fleets looks brighter than ever. With the continued interest of technologies such as autonomous vehicles and the ideas behind a connected-car network, telematics systems are only going to continue to grow in relevance.
As accident rates in the U.S. continue to climb, technology must evolve to ensure the safety of the drivers on the road. Both in-vehicle and fleet technology is continuing to find ways to do just that.
While technology, such as telematics, will help fleet managers monitor fuel management, other upcoming technological advancements may sway the way fuel management as a whole is managed in the future.
Mike Albert Fleet Solutions is a full-service fleet management company offering open- and closed-end leases, purchase-leaseback options, and a comprehensive suite of fleet management solutions.
Donlen’s future product roadmap is focused on the serving the changing fleet market. It is designed to prepare its fleet clients for trends such as Mobility as a Service, autonomous vehicles, and the movement to a “sharing economy.”
With 26 years in fleet, Edwards is motivated by growth and change she sees happening within the fleet industry and the evolving role of today's fleet manager.
PARS mobile driver app allows fleet managers and fleet management companies to see real-time order updates from the minute a vehicle is picked up or delivered.