With telematics systems standard in most fleet operations today, it’s important for drivers to fully understand the technology, its purpose and how it benefits them.
When you drive for a living, whether it be an HGV, delivery van, or your personal vehicle, you understand the dangers that exist on the road. Drivers can benefit from advances in fleet management technology through better route planning, improved communication with the office, valuable feedback on driving safety and much more.Build Your Solution Explore Our Platform
Telematics features can be rich in driver benefits; it's all a matter of how you look at them. Such as getting clear job directions with real-time dispatching and communication can minimise on-the-job disruptions for drivers. And reducing downtime with direct customer and home-office communications can help jobs/trips to be completed more efficiently, getting the drivers home quicker and safely. Real-time routing updates can be delivered directly to the in-cab device when new jobs or unexpected traffic or weather issues arise, minimising the amount of time in the vehicle and alleviating traffic-related stressors for the driver. Using fleet management software can reduce or eliminate time drivers spend filling out paperwork with automated timecards and proof of delivery built right into the system - ensuring no delivery or payroll errors.
Our industrial grade in-cab device has been designed with durability and excellent ease of use in mind.
Our device is pre-installed with a powerful suite of in-vehicle applications built to enhance driver efficiency, productivity and safety. This comprehensive line of apps helps drivers stay on task via a wide range of in-cab tools, such as clear voice-activated navigation, instant two-way messaging, signature capture, engine performance monitoring and more.
The app suite is fully integrated with our platform, providing businesses with the latest and most trusted in-vehicle technology for their fleet without the hassle of having to adopt new technology or additional fleet management programmes.
When you drive for a living, your safety is one of your top priorities. GPS fleet management systems help guarantee vehicles are better maintained, ensure drivers are driving safely and in accordance with all laws, and can even reward drivers who follow safe driving practices. By embracing telematics technology, you can help to build a culture of safety within your organisation.
Each driver must have a personal digital tachograph card, in order to reduce the risk of fraudulent or inaccurate data.
This data can also be viewed on computers using the appropriate software. The data contained on tachograph printouts include the date and time of printing, cardholder/vehicle details, calibration details, vehicle and driver activity, odometer readings and a summary of total vehicle/driver activities.
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We know you have lots of questions when it comes to using and interacting with your company’s fleet management system. Here are a few of the most common FAQs:
Telematics systems record and analyse a variety of vehicle data points, including location, ignition status, idle time, odometer and engine hours as well as driver behaviours, such as speed, acceleration, and harsh braking or harsh cornering. This information is analysed and presented to drivers as a safety training aid and can be used to incentivise the better-performing drivers in a rewards initiative.
We take user privacy and data security seriously. We are partnered with Amazon Web Services (AWS) to provide computing resources and data hosting, and we also encrypt all data that the transfer and only use private APNs provided by our mobility partners.
Telematics is designed specifically to reduce admin time by eliminating paper-based processes, streamlining workflows, and creating a digital fleet tracking ecosystem that’s accessible anywhere in the world. Free up admin time for more pressing matters by automating tedious tasks, such as timecard management, maintenance scheduling and safety reports.
Yes, a telematics system from Teletrac Navman is designed to operate in vehicles that are operated for both business and personal uses. Administrators can determine if and when drivers can change from business driving to personal and decide which metrics are and are not monitored in each status. Features such as location tracking, mileage, and ignition status can be temporarily disabled when on personal time to provide needed privacy.
Not only is Teletrac Navman’s system the perfect solution for our business and easy to navigate, the personal touch of its customer services team, from job scoping, to implementation and ongoing support and training, has been the most refreshing part of our relationship. We now feel fully equipped to use DIRECTOR in the best way for our business.
- Petroassist UK
As a service provider in an industry that’s so reliant on delivering everything in a timely manner, DIRECTOR has had a really positive impact on streamlining operations, meaning we can continue to provide excellent, reliable customer service. It has also helped safeguard us a business, which has offered both managers and drivers peace of mind.
- OCS Group
Teletrac Navman stood out head and shoulders above the competition thanks to its advanced API. We were extremely grateful and reassured that a potential supplier would give us this sort of access to the backend before a deal was struck. We immediately knew that not only was it likely to have the best solution to meet our needs, but it was a true partner in every sense of the word.
- Beatties Distribution