IntelliShift has added new functionality to its AI Video and fuel management solutions, as well as launched a new Fleet Maintenance module, as part of its annual ConnectedOps 2021 summit.
The updates include deployable, standalone services that, according to the company, improve vehicle efficiency and sustainability through greater insight.
IntelliShift's new, standalone module for fleet maintenance, with a beta version available in the fourth quarter of 2021, is designed as a direct response to the ongoing chip shortage. The company noted the shortage has put significant pressure on fleets to extend asset life and improve maintenance procedures.
The IntelliShift Fleet Maintenance app breaks down silos between digital inspections and service to accelerate communications and workorders from the field to the shop, and provides a singular platform that leverages vehicle data to plan and schedule preventive maintenance.
“With vehicle shortages putting pressure on fleets, maintenance has become a pillar of efficiency and sustainability,” said Ryan Wilkinson, chief technology officer of IntelliShift. “Aging vehicles need to stay on the road longer, meaning preventative maintenance is critical for success. This is why we are introducing Fleet Maintenance, a companion product to our IntelliShift Inspect mobile app, to help digitize workorders and provide enhanced functionality over traditional vehicle service.”
Additional updates include:
- AI Video and Safety Enhancements (available Q1 2022) – IntelliShift is launching new enhancements to its AI Video and Safety solution to improve driver safety. The new functionality includes in-app configuration. Customers using this solution will be able to prioritize safety elements that matter most for their fleet and deprioritize those that don’t – with visibility delivered by data-driven dashboards.
- Fuel Management Enhancements (available Q1 2022) – The new update to IntelliShift’s fuel management solution connects traditionally siloed data sets. This facilitates greater data visibility on fuel levels and fuel consumption, as well as greater interoperability across fuel card vendors. This data ecosystem ensures greater third-party integration.