If you're just starting to explore telematics and related fleet management technology this glossary should help explain some of the common terms and phrases you will most likely come across as you investigate what solutions can benefit your fleet.
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Learn what route optimisation is, and how it can reduce costs with better route planning for multi-stop journeys.
HOS stands for Hours of Service. It is the maximum allowable working hours for commercial drivers in a given period.
Find out what a GIS is, what it’s used for and how it can be a solution to record, collect, analyze and interpret all types of geographical data.
MRM is the logical evolution of telematics. It is the combination of traditional telematics and GPS tracking with route optimisation and work order management
Geofences can be used to monitor a physical location using GPS tracked objects. Learn how it works and how businesses use them to keep assets secure.
Short Haul in trucking is referring to a commercial vehicle being driven over a relatively short distance.
Discover what logistics management is and how it can improve the efficiency of your supply chain and movement of product.
Learn what GPS fleet tracking is and how it collects useful data for fleet managers to make strategic decisions about fleet operations.
Learn what asset tracking is, its definition and how it can be used as a system of managing your high value assets using GPS tracking devices.
Learn what a Driver Vehicle Inspection Report is, and why a DVIR is important to complete daily by drivers for any commercial vehicle they operate.
What is GPS tracking? GPS works in vehicles with attached GPS tracking device by monitoring the location of the object and relayed over a cellular network.