Focus On : Telematics and Tracking


Tracking and telematics systems are changing the game for commercial vehicle fleet managers. Whether your goal is improving fuel management on vans, or driver training on trucks, the technologies are making real differences.

Transport managers are using tracking systems for everything from vehicle tracking to journey logging, incident logging, and improving the efficiency of their vehicles and drivers. Vehicle tracking equipment brings new responsiveness, security and management information to fleet management.

Fleet engineers, too, report savings and efficiencies, due to telematics systems improving driver management and driver training – so resulting in improved driver behaviour and reduced wear and tear. Although big in buses and coaches, the technology is spreading to light commercial vehicles and heavy trucks.

As tractor units are increasingly fitted with telematics and tracking systems as standard, Transport Engineer’s online focus will keep you in touch.


RCV maker keeps engineers safe

Vehicle manufacturer Dennis Eagle is using the StaySafe app to monitor and ...
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Howard Tenens' compliance push

The logistics division of Howard Tenens is working with TruTac and CMS ...
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Cool benefits with Foretrack

Haulage firm 3 Distribution is using Carrier Transicold’s upgraded ...
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BVRLA fleet technology survey

Fleet operators believe that vehicle manufacturers should provide vehicle ...
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VPS's data insight from FSGB

Following a change in senior management, Manchester-headquartered VPS is ...
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Hiab to launch HiConnect - 04/07/2017
Volvo cracks it with Clarence - 30/06/2017
Advice on insurance costs - 29/06/2017
Savings sorted with TomTom - 16/06/2017
Cardiff firm rates Trakm8prime - 24/05/2017


Keep in touch with your load

Trailer-specific telematics systems collect performance data such as ...
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Tacho Bell

The next generation of digital tachographs are scheduled to be fitted to ...
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Driving Change

Systems to improve driver behaviour are now common in the marketplace both ...
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Tempting technologies

As the industry gears up for the CV Show (25—27 April at the NEC), John ...
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Joining the dots

After a €2billion investment in its new trucks programme, Scania has set ...
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Fast forward - 06/02/2017
Fuelling benefits - 08/11/2016
Saving the planet - 08/11/2016
Winter woes - 03/11/2016
Future technology now - 05/10/2016

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