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Pest Control, Pool Service, Landscape, HVAC, Electrical, Plumbing, Waste, Trucking, Concrete & more.
Connect to Technicians in Real Time
Knowing the location of your company assets and drivers is easy with Fleet IQ. Set up geofencing parameters so you know when vehicles enter or leave certain areas or locations. Stay in touch with your mobile workforce with pre-written messages to deliver in response to everyday situations and keep track of daily communications. Drivers receive notifications for missed messages and new stops, so important information never falls by the wayside.
- Live traffic view – Google Maps
- Turn-by-turn breadcrumb trail
- Customized email or text alerts
- 2-way messaging
- Geofences – alerts for pre-set areas
Increase Productivity with Connected Workflows
Keep your mobile workforce organized – each worker can view their route for the day, update their status, review notes, and generate directions at the touch of a button.
- Plan stops and job sites
- Route loading
- Customizable forms
- Time clock and history for drivers
Get the full picture with Video
Fleet IQ video multiple video solutions help businesses exonerate their drivers when an accident isn’t their fault; provides more context around utilization; and automates driver coaching to improve safety and reduce administrative burdens.
- Complete view of the road, driver and cabin
- Multi-camera options for 360-degree views
- Real-time, in-cab voice alerts that automate coaching
- Live view
- Remote wake-up
- A.I. Video Features
- Real-time alerts for distraction, drowsiness, smoking, seatbelt, and cell phone use
Proactively support your business with robust reports conveniently in one place. Easily schedule reports to deploy automatically, making it easier than ever to get the information you need precisely when you need it. Managing your fleet has never been simpler.
- Scheduled or on-demand daily information
- Generate reporting on specific trucks
- Driver Scorecards
- Vehicle and asset utilization reports
How can service companies improve their business results from telematics systems?
- Improving customer service with accurate ETAs
- Enhancing productivity with technicians that stay on task
- Verifying technician performance at job sites
- Reducing operating costs and waste (including fuel)
- Implementing a preventive maintenance schedule
- Improving safe driving
While service companies have been using these approaches over at least the past decade, these field service businesses have more recently more rapidly adopted video telematics to better manage risky driving and protect themselves from so-called “nuclear” jury verdicts against them.
Video telematics systems add an additional layer of defense to your risk management plan because they provide context around risky driving and help provide bulletproof evidence of who’s at fault during a collision. Studies have shown that passenger vehicles are at fault about 80% of the time during truck accidents.
The Importance of Gathering Data
Telematics systems provide a tremendous amount of operational data, so it’s important to gain clarity around what you’ll collect and how you’ll manage it.
Telematics devices typically collect three kinds of data – vehicle location, diagnostics such as engine idling or maintenance alerts, and driver behavior such as speeding via sensors or video cameras.
Pro tip: Set KPI metrics so you can track improvement around specific goals.
Data that provides locational awareness keeps technicians on route to their job sites and reduces inappropriate use such as taking vehicles to out-of-policy locations, moonlighting for ride-hailing, running personal errands, or parking in dangerous neighborhoods.
Diagnostic and other engine data helps fleet managers set up and follow a preventive maintenance schedule, and deal with maintenance issues before a catastrophic system failure. This data can also be used to reduce excessive idling and other fuel-wasting behaviors.