Telematics & Emissions: The Green Approach to Haulage Work

The green revolution is here. Arm your business with telematics data and increase your fleet’s efficiency and environmental sustainability.

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(businesspress24) - Telematics are becoming a crucial weapon of fleet management in an increasingly competitive and regulated business environment. As the EU and other domestic and international bodies seek to target emissions in haulage work over the coming years, telematics can significantly strengthen businesses

Why Telematics Help Reduce Fleet Emissions

By collecting vast amounts of telematics data from their fleets, managers are able to analyse both the large trends and the minute details of operations. The data from each vehicle is collected from three sources within each haulage unit: the engine, the accelerometer and the GPS.

From engine data, operators can study the fuel economy, carbon dioxide output and service need of individual vehicles. This means that if a truck is particularly polluting or is in need of servicing, the company will know straight away and will be able to nip a problem in the bud. The accelerometer and GPS data enables information about vehicle movements, location and time data to be stored by the operator. Armed with all three measurements, companies are much better equipped to tackle efficiency and emission deficits within haulage work and meet the increasingly strict rules of governments.

How Telematics Help Fleets Go Greener

With use of aggregated data, fleets can go greener in the following ways:

Calculating the best routes e start and end points only hours before. Planning flexibility allows haulage work to be conducted far more efficiently, giving financial and environmental benefits to businesses.

Encouraging environmentally-friendly driving haulage work, but it also drives down fuel costs.

Recognising unauthorised use istered to it. This can also help in the event of a truck being stolen.

A Green Future

The future for haulage work must be a green one. Not only does green technology and telematics data enable the industry to play an active role in reducing environmental damage, but it also presents benefits in terms of efficiency, monitoring strength and security to fleet managers. With all of the data at your fingertips, your business can stay ahead of the competition and ensure the sustainability of your company and the haulage industry as a whole.

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Norman Dulwich is a Correspondent for Haulage Exchange, the leading online trade network for the road transport industry. Connecting logistics professionals across the UK and Europe through their website, Haulage Exchange provides services for matching haulage work with available drivers. Over 5,000 member companies are networked together through the Exchange to fill empty capacity, get new clients and form long-lasting business relationships.

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Date: 05/01/2018 - 11:24
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