Scania Fleet Management and Tachograph Services have been awarded the German Telematics Prize 2018, earning praise from the jury for overall performance of the product. Clear and simple operations, as well as very high user-friendliness were decisive factors in being selected for the award. The user interface helps drivers in just a few clicks to swiftly reach desired results and get the most out of the system.
“We are highly gratified to receive this prestigious prize,” said Mattias Lundholm, head of Connected Services and Solutions at Scania. “The fact that Scania has once again been selected as winner is evidence of the fact that we continuously work to improve our telematics to provide even more advantages for owners and drivers.”
Scania Fleet Management supports fleet managers in optimizing their vehicles. The service helps increase the fleet’s productivity and efficiency, reduce costs and improve profitability. The system is available as standard in all new Scania vehicles and after activation, the customer immediate receives access to the fleet data.
Connectivity for all brands
Scania Fleet Management and Scania Tachograph Services can be installed in commercial vehicles from all manufacturers, which enables customers to monitor their entire fleet.
With Scania Tachograph Services, the driver card can automatically be downloaded and data stored while driving. It also provides secure data archiving and analysis. The reports give comprehensive insights into driver activity and vehicle usage. Scania Tachograph Services help fleet operators maximize uptime and comply with regulatory requirements.
Through regular analysis, the efficiency of the fleet can be sustainably increased and processes in the fleet control can be optimized, the company says. Scania Fleet Management and Tachograph Services are based on service packages that are available to the customer with a range of functions and reports. In addition to the vehicle position, detailed vehicle data and online service planning, the telematics system also offers comprehensive analyses of vehicles and drivers.
There are currently more than 290,000 connected Scania vehicles on the road worldwide.