A step-by-step guide to implementing a unified mixed fleet solution

Table of content

  • Executive Summary
  • Introduction
  • The problem
  • A High-Level Solution
  • Getting Started
  • Meeting the data protection challenge
  • Conclusion

Executive Summary

The construction industry is slow to adopt the telematics solutions offered by heavy equipment OEMs, even though their data promises a significant advantage over paper-based systems. 

This white paper explored the ISO 15143-3/AEMP 2.0 communication standard developed by the Association of Equipment Management Professionals (AEMP). This standard allows construction companies to “connect” their telematics systems without investing in additional hardware. 

We discussed data quality issues across different OEMs, across different machine models from the same OEM, and the effects of data frequency availability.  

The whitepaper laid out a 3-phase implementation roadmap consisting of Gather & Sanitize, Integrate & Synchronize, and Operate. 

Finally, we considered data protection and ensuring compliance with current data protection legislation (GDPR), including some challenges and recommendations to help keep you compliant.  

We concluded that implementing a digital mixed fleet telematics solution was not time-consuming nor difficult. Using the Association of Equipment Management Professionals (AEMP) communication standard as your foundation, it was a straightforward 3-phase process outlined in our roadmap. 

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