Aeris publishes guide to fleet management telematics

  • November 30, 2020
  • Steve Rogerson

IoT technology company Aeris has published a free download that details the connectivity must-haves for each fleet telematics use case, including GPS fleet tracking, temperature monitoring, connected dashcams and usage-based insurance.

The free guide – “Connectivity Buyer’s Guide For Fleet Telematics Providers” – lists the questions that telematics companies can ask prospective connectivity suppliers to ensure those suppliers offer the technology, expertise and services required to help them rapidly innovate and win in the market. The guide also highlights the challenges that come with scaling and how to beat them:

  • More frequent and hard-to-diagnose connection issues
  • Compounding and difficult-to-manage overage charges
  • Product requirements that go beyond current cellular providers’ abilities
  • Increased data output that makes it tough to distinguish between normal and abnormal device behaviour

Aeris is involved in the fleet telematics sector, providing fleet management connectivity to 2.1 million commercial vehicles, which represents 15% of its 14-million-device customer base.

“Whether what you’re working on is for vehicle tracking, stolen vehicle recovery, trailer tracking or another fleet management application, innovation will differentiate you from your competition,” said Mohsen Mohseninia, VP of market development in Europe for Aeris. “Speed-to-market is a critical factor in innovation, as issues that aren’t quickly solved can delay your solution’s release to the point where it’s no longer innovative. We hope this guide helps you to more quickly and easily identify capable technology partners that are equipped and ready to help ensure the success of your telematics.”

The free guide can be downloaded here:

Aeris is a California-based technology partner with a history of helping companies unlock the value of the IoT. For more than a decade, it has powered critical projects for some of the most demanding users of IoT services. Aeris strives to improve businesses by reducing costs, accelerating time-to-market and enabling new revenue streams.

Built from the ground up for IoT and road tested at scale, Aeris’ offering is based on what it says is the broadest technology stack in the industry, spanning connectivity up to vertical applications.