Telematics Update's Fleet & Asset Management Report

Top Quote Telematics Update's Fleet & Asset Management Report can reveal that "the average long-haul truck uses over $3,700 of fuel per year idling". End Quote
  • (1888PressRelease) February 21, 2012 - With rising fuel costs fleet managers are looking for best practice strategies to minimize costs and telematics vendors are the key to providing this critical technology.

    Cindi Brandt, Vice President of Marketing at Mobile Cast, said: "We know that people are really interested to find better ways to solve problems. The biggest trends that we see in our core markets are: how do I control more of my fuel spend, how do I really understand how drivers are driving the vehicles and what's the corresponding cost relative to how they're driving?"

    "What we are seeing there is not any one Savior application, so what we are looking at is basically an ecosystem or a slew of different entities that have to come together to make this whole thing fly-to-drive adoption and build the business model."

    To identify fleet managers' specifications in running a cost efficient fleet Telematics Update has just released the Fleet & Asset Management Report.

    Importantly, it gives insight into fleet operator's primary concerns to help telematics solution providers form lucrative partnerships with fleets. Topics include:

    Case studies from Zurich, Traveller's Inland, Lo Jack SCI and Traveller's Inland explain how driver behavior tech. can save fleets money and how telematics solution providers can penetrate this market

    Using Freescale and NXP as examples, how enabling technologies can optimize fleet efficiency and incorporating this into business strategies is a must to win over fleets

    Govt. regulations such as the FMCA proposed rule and hazardous material laws, the implications for fleet operators, and how govt funding is giving solution providers the means for a competitive edge

    An entire chapter breaks down the value chain with an analysis of fleet operators, innovators, OEMs and carriers' strategies. It is a must-read report for companies hoping to solve the challenges of the fragmented market such as rising fuel costs, standardization and government regulations such as:

    Fleet service providers
    Wireless carriers
    Vehicle manufacturers
    Government agencies
    Telematics vendors

    Scott McCormick can attest: Scott McCormick, President, the Connected Vehicle TradeAssociation (CVTA), said:

    "The report provides excellent thought leadership on the important issues of fleet providers, telematics service providers and others in the F&AM value chain. With exclusive market data and in-depth insight provided by dozens of industry experts, this report provides an exceptional quality and quantity of content."

    You can download a report brochure for free via this link:
    Alternatively you can contact Charlotte Wright, Marketing Manager, Telematics Update, on + 44 (0) 2073757585 or reports ( @ ) telematicsupdate dot com

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