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Ways To Improve IoT Fleet Tracking Operations

By Akshat Sharma 11th April 2019

Fleet tracking is sometimes assumed as vehicle tracking whose sole purpose is to track vehicle and drivers position. The goal of fleet management is to extract maximum value and minimize the cost of maintenance of the fleet. Checking every vehicle in the fleet will be challenging and time-wasting. To make it much more efficient fleet management solution is incorporated. It includes vehicle procurement, vehicle maintenance, vehicle disposal, vehicle tracking and the management of logistical.

Having a fleet management system will not guarantee that your daily fleet tracking operations will suddenly take significantly less time than before. but choosing the most effective fleet management system that is also the right fit for your business.

JungleWorks complete fleet management solution includes Tookan Tracker software and IoT integrated Tracking devices. This means that no hassle of purchasing a proprietary software because the Tookan Tracker is integrated with efficient Tookan software. Our system is intuitive, making it very easy to use and start faster than more complicated systems.

Here we compiled a list of ways for improving fleet management operations:

Real-time vehicle and asset tracking
Fleet tracking operator can track their fleet in real-time and check if drivers are following suggested path or if there’s a diversion. This can be done effectively through a combination of fleet tracking devices and software. Drivers tend to take personal routes, which will result in the delay of delivery and also high-value goods can be monitored as sensors are embedded in the fleet will connect to cloud and transmit data in real-time.

Automate logistics
Delayed deliveries put an adverse effect on fleet tracking business. This happens when vehicle breakdown during active operations or any part needs maintenance. To permanently fix this issue, IoT technologies are leveraged. The sensors would send automatic alert notifications to the fleet operator as well as the nearby mechanics, which provides online services and Stay updated with customized alerts and resolve issues proactively.

Analytics Data accuracy
Fleet data and analytics are important sources of information for any operations management. This information helps to stay informed about the condition of your vehicles and other large assets also provide with actionable information to make informed decisions such as vehicle speeding, idling and driving patterns to make insightful decisions.

Fuel monitoring
IoT can be leveraged to detect fuel theft by specially designed sensors which are embedded in the fuel tanks that sends the notification to the user’s mobile handsets and local server about the fuel level of the vehicle through the cloud. The alert notification would be sent in real-time which solves the ultimate goal of any business which is to find ways to increase efficiency by reducing overhead and increase profits.

Behavior monitoring
IoT integration helps in monitoring drivers behavior in real-time which includes harsh braking, over speeding and frequent halts with the help of sensors embedded within the vehicle. This also helps in measuring the number of hours vehicle is driven and overall quality of driving. Based on the acquired data fleet operators can optimize fleet tracking or timely maintenance of the vehicle can be done which automatically increases the life span of the vehicle from the standard time.

Choosing a complete solution for your fleet management is necessary for improving the overall fleet tracking operation for the effective working of operations. Well, It’s good news if you are looking for a complete fleet tracking solution for your growing business. Check-out our IoT powered Tookan tracker.


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