IoT-aided fleet tracking and management is not a game-changer; it is completely redefining the rules of the game.
In a world where businesses are increasingly adopting new technologies to stay ahead in the race, by incorporating the best features of the IoT technology in their fleet, fleet owners are optimizing their business to reach levels beyond the achievable limits of humans.
To understand the impact of IoT, tracking, and data on the fleet management industry, let us look at a set of numbers published by Markets and Markets.
The report suggests that the IoT-aided fleet management industry is projected to grow at a healthy pace of 21.26% CAGR and touch the landmark of US$8.28 billion before 2022.
If you have been wondering how modern technologies like Big Data, GPS tracking, and IoT have been transforming the fleet industry, then go through this article in its entirety.
This article shows you how businesses are leveraging the boon of modern technology to optimize business efficiency, reduce vehicle downtime, enhance fuel consumption, and comply with government mandates.
Technology is everywhere. The fleet management industry has so far played a pioneering role in adopting new technology that aims to make fleet operation risk-free, less vulnerable, and more productive.
The following are the major reasons why fleet owners are opening up to IoT, data management, and tracking at a faster pace than ever before:
Hence, advanced technologies like IoT, data management, and tracking are simplifying complex processes that consumed most of a fleet owner’s resources earlier.
Let us now understand in detail how IoT-enabled data management and fleet tracking is changing the fleet management landscape.
Internet of Things, popularly known as IoT, is a complex to understand, yet simple to execute, a technology that uses various specialized devices to connect vehicles with its owner, in real-time.
In the trucking industry, IoT mostly comes in the form of telematics devices that record real-time vehicle data and send it in packaged form to the fleet owner, who can take necessary steps to improve the fleet’s operational efficiency.
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IoT technology is a versatile technology, which means you can modulate it according to the specific needs of your fleet.
Typically, IoT sensors are fitted onto the vehicle to track the driver, engine, equipment, and road condition, among other things. These sensors collect real-time data and send them in a packaged format to a cloud server. The cloud server compiles and segregates the data and resend it to the data dashboard, available with the fleet owner.
The fleet owner relies heavily on dashboard analytics to determine the efficiency of the fleet. The dashboard is the fleet owner’s all-in-one system that helps them to analyse the fleet by way of graphs, charts, or numerical data.
As the dashboard is fully customizable, you may sift through a large volume of data and filter out the most pertinent data that you need urgently.
IoT has widespread implications in improving the quality of the fleet business. Here are the most prominent ways of how IoT is impacting fleet management:
Big Data has penetrated all aspects of effective fleet management. Be it improving driver safety, automating vehicle analytics, reducing accidents, minimizing vehicle downtime, or diagnosing training requirements, Big Data is simplifying all aspects of fleet management.
By tracking telematics data, fleet managers can accurately identify risky driver behavior, like the tendency to over speed, brake harshly, or not following the road rules. Fleet managers can track real-time data to identify patterns and coach drivers, which in turn improves fleet operations.
Another advantage of Big Data is that it helps the fleet to adhere to government rules and regulations. By making the entire process automated and trackable, it saves the fleet owner from hassles of litigation in case something bad ever happens.
To understand the need for an IoT-aided tracking device, you would have to read up on trucking industry updates. A dispatch track acts as an interface between complex real-time GPS data and the driver. It helps in tracking real-time route progress, rerouting, and improves vehicle operation.
As the fleet industry becomes fully automated, IoT, coupled with Big Data and tracking, is making the industry a better place for all stakeholders.
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