Called NissanConnect Fleet, the solution promises to connect vehicles, people and their work, helping to make drivers safer, providing higher levels of service, while improving sustainability and operational efficiency.
“The time has come for Nissan commercial customers to benefit from the visibility and operational intelligence they gain by connecting their business,” says Philippe Guerin-Boutaud, corporate VP for Nissan’s global LCV business unit.
“From empowering workers on the road and in the field to help them be safer and more efficient, to optimising daily delivery routes, NissanConnect Fleet will have a transformational effect on the way Nissan customers do business.”
Using hardware that has been factory-fitted or installed by a certified Nissan dealer, NissanConnect Fleet connects the vehicle to Telogis’ Mobile Resource Management (MRM) software platform. The platform receives and analyses Nissan data from each vehicle, including driver and vehicle performance history, and turns it into actionable information to help companies of all sizes to make more informed business decisions.
“Customers will experience near-immediate return on investment by utilising the built-in connection in their Nissan vehicles,” predicts Kevin Moore, VP of global OEM automotive sales at Telogis.
NissanConnect Fleet will be available in Europe this autumn. Vehicles supported in the first phase will include the new Navara pick-up, NV200 light commercial vehicles and NT400 Cabstar medium-duty vehicles.