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Fleet Management Systems Solutions

W whether you’re managing a fleet of airplanes, trucks, or ships, the day-to-day operations of managing such a large number of vehicles can be an incredibly painstaking process. Luckily, there are digital solutions to make these tasks easier in today’s modern era.

For companies that manage large fleets of vehicles, fleet management systems can provide solutions that are specifically targeted to their needs. Fleet management systems include aircraft, as well as trucks, construction equipment, and other forms of transportation. Fleet management helps businesses to increase their profits by increasing their efficiency, and output. Streamlining your organization’s workflow will help you to see which vehicles are over, or under utilized, as well as quickly eliminate inventory, track your fleet, schedule maintenance, and manage your facilities.

Fleet management software offers organizations the opportunity to manage all aspects of the fleet management from one central interface. It also offers reporting solutions to automatically generate reports for individualized queries. If you manage a fleet of vehicles, fleet management systems will help you to increase your return on investment, and make more profits in your business. You’ll get the most out of your fleet, and extend the life of your vehicles.
Fleet management software often offers a number of features to help managers organize their business. Maintenance management will manage work orders, schedule maintenance, and sometimes even flag vehicles for preventative maintenance that might be needed. Inventory can also be managed with fleet management software, which will help you to track exchanges, and returns. Vehicle management is also included in fleet management software. This type of feature helps fleet managers to make follow the life cycle of a vehicle from purchase to resale, and even includes driver history features, as well as manages accident claims. GPS tracking is an essential component of fleet management software, as it helps you to see exactly where your vehicles are, and how efficiently they’re moving.

Some data that can be mined via fleet management software includes vehicle speed, brake switch, clutch switch, cruise control, total fuel utilized, engine speed, axle weight, total engine hours, and tachograph information, to name a few.

Many fleet management systems now offer web-based platforms. These web-based applications provide the flexibility to access the system mainframe from any location. Many fleet managers find this feature convenient, as they are often on the move themselves. Some popular European fleet manufacturers such as Daimler AG, MAN AG, Scania, Volvo, DAF Trucks, and IVECO developed a Fleet Management Systems standard many years ago so that manufacturer independent applications could be possible. The amount of data that is available per vehicle is obtainable through the manufacturer. Some forms of data may not be available for certain models, but that will be noted on vehicle information sheets. According to truck manufacturers, the Fleet Management Systems Standard is internationally-recognized. Please note that making a direct connection with the internal bus systems is not permitted by most manufacturers, and could even result in loss of warranty.

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