Latest developments in connected fleet management systems, which help businesses achieve greater efficiency from field to office, will be the main focus for TomTom Telematics at the Commercial Vehicle Show, at the NEC in Birmingham, April 26-28.
Truck and van operators will discover advanced mobile workforce and asset management opportunities, with more than 350 software and hardware partners having now integrated with TomTom’s fleet management platform, ‘WebFleet’.
Experts will be on hand to demonstrate how business processes can be streamlined with seamlessly connected, end-to-end systems, including mobile printers as well as routing and scheduling solutions.
In addition, visitors will be able to see the latest applications for the more rugged TomTom PRO827 driver terminal, which helps drivers capture more information in the field, from digital delivery signatures to vehicle checks and barcode scanning.
Alongside existing applications such as truck navigation, tachograph management and predefined route and itinerary order creation, some new developments will be revealed for TomTom’s Optidrive 360, which helps drivers adopt a responsible driving style.