Search Close Menu

Tag Search Result

Connected Vehicles

The Future of Fleet: A Focus on Execution

Mobile connectivity, machine learning, and the sharing economy have put tools in the fleet manager’s toolbox that can provide new insights to engage diverse stakeholders within their businesses to drive change across the enterprise.

Undertaking the Complexities of Fleet

Staying on top of industry trends to keep up with the intricacies of fleet can be a full-time job all by itself, and to be a top performing fleet requires a little forward thinking and anticipation.

Emerging Legal and Privacy Issues for Fleets

With policies such as the GDPR, the issue of potential regulatory, legal, and privacy issues associated with the collection and use of Big Data promises to grow in the future.

Fleet Managers Struggle to Cope with Data Overload

The proliferation of telematics, the trend to universal vehicle connectivity, fleet’s interconnection with the Internet of Things, and the emergence of smart cities will create a real-time avalanche of actionable fleet-related data.

Auto-ISAC Adds 5 Companies Focused on Cybersecurity

The Automotive Information Sharing and Analysis Center has added four members, including Google, Oshkosh Corp., Tokai Rika, and Qualcomm to its roster, the Washington, D.C.-based consortium announced. Saferide Technologies has also signed on as a strategic partner.

Merchants Developing Connected Vehicle Program

Merchants Fleet is developing a connected vehicle program designed to help businesses identify vehicles in need of maintenance, monitor driver behavior to improve safety, detect and mitigate fraud, and track vehicle location for scheduling and route optimization.

LeasePlan Offers Connected Vehicle Platform

LeasePlan USA has begun offering a connected vehicle cloud platform called OneConnect that expands the fleet management company's telematics offering to its commercial fleet clients.

Volvo's 1-Million Connected Customers Improving Sustainability

As more and more people move into cities, the needs for better infrastructure as well as transportation of both people and goods are growing. Volvo Group uses data from connected vehicles and construction equipment to develop real-world solutions.