Telematics is an ever-evolving industry that incorporates anything from GPS systems to navigation systems, vehicle diagnostics and even digital insurance.
"In 2015, 35-40% of new cars in the United States were connected to the Internet. According to the Business Insider, two-thirds of the cars produced in 2016, will be equipped with an internet connection".
Service providers, insurance carriers and auto manufacturers are striving to connect vehicles using telematics devices to deliver value-added services like wireless television and internet on the vehicle, roadside assistance and remote unlocking of the vehicle, live weather, traffic and parking info on the dashboard, apps, voice-activated features and even – Facebook integration.
By combining a GPS system with on-board diagnostics it's possible to monitor where the car is, how fast it is moving, and how it is behaving internally.
GPS- or GLONASS-equipped device installed into a truck, car or other vehicle.
The device captures the location and time, the amount of fuel, the temperature, the altitude, tire pressure, ignition, battery status, the emergency button status, idling information, among others.
The tracking server receives and stores the data from tracking device.
The user interface for fleet managers to generate and review the reports.
By tracking vehicle's movements through GPS systems, insurance carriers can analyze the driving patterns, like speed, total driving time, behavior, time of day/ night, motorway miles, total mileage, number of journeys, and offer significant discounts for disciplined drivers.
Black Box installed into the car (GPS system, Motion sensor, SIM card, software).
The device measures the driving behavior.
Real-time data reporting.
Discounts for disciplined drivers.
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