Our Use Cases show you how to use the Mixed Fleet Telematics solution to get the most out of it.
Unexpected breakdowns of machines can lead to long-term delays and thus increase the entire construction projects' costs. Also, machine failures can introduce safety risks to your worksite.Read this use case
No one owns a single brand fleet. And even though most OEMs provide a telematics solution, each OEM provides their own. This means that to manage your mixed fleet, you need to access each OEMs' telematics website. This procedure is inefficient, costly, and time-consuming. And even if you can manage this, this data may not be consistent and difficult to compare or use for fleet-wide analysis.Read this use case
Managing fuel delivery to worksites is critical for two reasons. First, failing to properly time deliveries or to provide enough fuel to keep machines running can result in idle machines and productivity losses. Second, fuel is typically the highest operating cost for any fleet of machines. It is crucial to deliver the right amount of fuel necessary for your fleet while not exceeding your fuel budget. Typical refueling logistics are based on guesswork. A unified view of your entire fleet via telematics can make it an exact science.Read this use case
Environmental issues are increasingly important in the construction industry. The push to reduce carbon footprints has led to new reporting requirements for CO2 emissions at many worksites, increasing the regulatory burden on dealers and machine owners.Read this use case