Now you’ve learned what Big Data is, and all about the terms surrounding it, but what happens to all of that data? And is it protected? 

Keep reading to find out what happens to your fleet data once it’s collected from your vehicles.

As a recap, big data is collected from the Internet of Things (IoT). This is made up of technology such as sensors and connected hardware. The network of connected devices allows companies to take measurements and monitor trends. All of this tracking collects information that can be used to improve fleet operations.

GPS fleet tracking and telematics devices are connected to the vehicles.

They collect information such as:

  • Location
  • Route information
  • Driver behavior
  • Tire pressure
  • Engine diagnostics

This data is compiled and displayed in dashboards on the software application and it is then used for better visibility and understanding of overall fleet operations.

These dashboards display information on drivers, specific vehicles, fuel consumption, and more. Imagine how much easier managing your fleet would be if you could see all of this information in one location. You wouldn’t have to worry about switching from your maintenance software, to your routing software, or checking fuel spend against driver routes manually. This system compiles all of the information that you need to make informed decisions.

All of these dashboards can be configured to show the information that you are interested in. Don’t waste your time switching from page to page, software to software, or checking spreadsheets. The Fleet IQ dashboard from Silent Passenger does all of the work for you.

 

Register for our on-demand webinar to learn about telematics data, the power of fleet intelligence, and Silent Passenger.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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