Fleet Management

About Fleet Management

FleetNex provides commercial trucks management with a range of functions, such as vehicle financing, vehicle maintenance, vehicle telematics (tracking and diagnostics), driver management, speed management, fuel management and health and safety management.

FleetNex provide an innovative Fleet Management solution which allows companies which rely on transportation in business to remove or minimize the risks associated with vehicle investment, improving efficiency, productivity and reducing their overall transportation and staff costs, providing 100% compliance with government legislation (duty of care) and many more. These functions are directly dealt by us knowing the value of their vehicles.

About Fleet Management
Vehicle tracking

Vehicle tracking

The most important and basic function in FleetNex, is the vehicle tracking component. This component is usually GPS-based, but sometimes it can be based on GLONASS or a cellular triangulation platform.

Once vehicle location, direction and speed are determined from the GPS components, additional tracking capabilities transmit this information to a FleetNex software application. Methods for data transmission include both terrestrial and satellite. Satellite tracking communications, while more expensive, are critical if vehicle tracking is to work in remote environments without interruption. Users can see actual, real-time locations of their fleet on a map. This is often used by us to quickly respond on events in the field.

Mechanical diagnostics

Most Advanced available feature in FleetNex is connecting the vehicle's onboard computer, and gather data for the user.

Details such as mileage and fuel consumption are gathered into a global statistics scheme which allows companies to calculate the transportation cost and it is also useful on inspecting or testing the condition of their fleet.

Mechanical diagnostics
Driver behaviour

Driver behaviour

By combining received data from the vehicle tracking system and the on-board computer, FleetNex forms a profile for any given driver (average speed, frequency of detours, breaks, etc.).

This feature enables to monitor the drivers assigned to the vehicles and keeps track of all incidences committed by the driver. This assists the management to take the appropriate action and choose the best driver on their fleet.

Fleet management software

FleetNex management software enables people to accomplish a series of specific tasks in the management of any or all aspects relating to a company's fleet of vehicles. These specific tasks encompass all operations from vehicle acquisition to disposal.

Software, depending on its capabilities, allows functions such as driver and vehicle profiling, trip profiling, dispatch, vehicle efficiency, etc. It can provide remote control features, such as Geo-fencing and active disabling. Current vehicle diagnostic information can also be related to a management site, depending on the type of hardware installed in the vehicles. New platform, based on Fleet management software, is fleet controlling with higher amount of information available for both drivers and dispatchers of a fleet.

Fleet management software
Fleet Security and Control

Fleet Security and Control

Recent advances in FleetNex allow for the addition of over-the-air (OTA) security and control of fleet vehicles.

Fleet Security and Control includes security of the vehicle while stopped or not in operation and the ability to safely disable a vehicle while in operation. This allows the fleet manager to recover stolen or rogue vehicles while reducing the chance of lost or stolen cargo. The additional of Fleet Security and Control to a fleet management system gives a fleet card manager preventative measures to address cargo damage and loss.

Remote Vehicle Disabling systems

Remote vehicle disabling systems provide users at remote locations the ability to prevent an engine from starting, prevent movement of a vehicle, and to stop or slow an operating vehicle. Remote disabling allows a dispatcher or other authorized personnel to gradually decelerate a vehicle by down-shifting, limiting the throttle capability, or bleeding air from the braking system from a remote location. Some of these systems provide advance notification to the driver that the vehicle disabling is about to occur. After stopping a vehicle, some systems will lock the vehicle brakes or will not allow the vehicle engine to be restarted within a certain time-bound.

Remote disabling systems can also be integrated into a remote panic and emergency notification system. In an emergency, a driver can send an emergency alert by pressing a panic button on the dashboard, or by using a key-fob panic button if the driver is within close proximity of the truck. Then, the carrier or other approved organization can be remotely alerted to allow a dispatcher or other authorized personnel to evaluate the situation, communicate with the driver, and/or potentially disable the vehicle.