ALISO VIEJO, CA – Telogis has released Fleet 10, an update to the company’s cloud-based location intelligence platform. Fleet 10's new features include Telogis’ Driver Scorecard, designed to improve driver safety; the Telogis Supervisor app for smartphones and tablets; and next-generation fuel card monitoring technology. Fleet 10 also features greater integration with other types of enterprise systems.
Telogis said Fleet 10 offers a number of new features, one that addresses a major customer concern being the Telogis Driver Scorecard option. The Scorecard provides metrics to help fleet managers identify changes in driver behavior over time in order to improve safety. The upgrade to Fleet 10 allows users to generate new, easier-to-read reports on activities and behaviors, including hard braking, hard acceleration, excessive speeding, speeding vs. posted speed limit, seatbelt use, and after-hours vehicle use. The system also gives drivers improved real-time in-cab alerts to encourage safe driving habits.
The Fleet 10 system also offers Telogis Supervisor, a new mobile application for smartphones and tablets designed so field supervisors can get access to information about their teams in the field. The app allows users to see customer information, driver data, recent stops and histories, and what vehicle may be closest to a specific job. Telogis said the new system is compatible with “virtually all” mobile devices. Telogis Supervisor also lets users view Geographic Information Systems (GIS) layers, which can provide weather and traffic information.
Telogis Fleet 10 also offers the company’s next-generation fuel monitoring technology. The updated system combines telematics and fuel card reporting. It provides actionable information that allows managers to spot potential fuel shrinkage by using match reports and mpg data. Telogis partnered with FleetCor earlier in 2012, introducing the Telogis Universal Premium Fleet Card. Using the fuel card with Fleet 10 streamlines reporting, makes it more accurate, and is designed to help reduce unauthorized use of fuel cards.
Other new, available features in Fleet 10 include more integration with enterprise infrastructure systems, allowing fleet managers to share reports created in Fleet 10 and the Telogis platform; vehicle temperature monitoring and reporting, supported by Fleet 10’s diagnostics, hardware and sensor upgrades; enterprise-level dashboards that offer drill-downs into data, graphs, and trends, and the ability to create custom reports; Telogis Live, for use during storms and in “war rooms,” which offers third parties the ability to view the Telogis platform during emergency response events.
For more information on Telogis Fleet 10 visit www.telogis.com.
Originally posted on Automotive Fleet
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