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Autonomy isn’t an ‘all-or-nothing’ concept. There are 6 levels between a vehicle with limited automation tools and a fully self-driving car. Not all autonomous driving systems are created equally, and understanding the different levels of autonomy is crucial when working in automotive technology. Read on to learn more about autonomy classifications and the difference between ADS and ADAS.
Autonomous vehicles are becoming more and more common, but do we truly understand how they work? From the four basic principles of autonomy to the various devices that make it possible and the machine learning algorithms operating behind the scenes, self-driving cars are inherently complex. Read on to learn more about the fascinating dynamics of autonomous hardware, software, and networks.
Real-time data provides an ever-changing picture of each vehicle within your fleet. The result is more accurate diagnostics and better fleet forecasting. Real-time data allows fleets to move from a reactive maintenance model to a proactive, predictive maintenance strategy. Read on to learn more about leveraging telematics data in fleet maintenance.
Over the past few years, driver authentication has become a lynchpin of smart connected fleets and jobsites. Visibility on who is operating equipment, their driving habits, and more can greatly impact your fleet’s ability to implement change, improve safety, and streamline how you manage your fleet. Read on to learn more!
In addition to recording drive time and onboard diagnostics, advanced ELDs can also record GPS location, fuel efficiency and idle time, fault codes and diagnostics, hard braking or collisions, and engine speed and load. These devices were created to make drivers’ lives easier and help reassure companies that their vehicles are not being misused. Rean on to learn more about how ELDs work, their benefits, and the compliance surrounding HOS and more.
The bottom line implication is that the exponential growth of computing power, connectivity speed, connectivity coverage and more are creating virtually limitless possibilities in the Internet of Things. And with limitless possibilities comes an amazing opportunity to catch the wave—but also the very real risk of missing it and being left behind.
Telematics has fundamentally altered the way that fleets approach compliance, as rich-data provides deeper insights into regulatory concerns in real-time. At the end of the day, compliance is all about safety, and as our federal, state and local governments work diligently to improve on road safety, technology will continue to play a pivotal role. Read on to learn how!
Microprocessors are the central processing units (CPUs) found in almost every electronic device, acting as the “brain” of digital systems. In trucking, microprocessors assist with tasks such as vehicle tracking, data collection and analysis, among other applications. Read on to learn more!
Industry leaders in telematics, Morey and Navixy look to promote new opportunities in the US and Canada.
As the industry continues to evolve and new technology emerges, Morey is dedicated to staying at the forefront of these changes and offering the latest solutions to its customers. “We are thrilled to have Wally represent Morey at this year’s conference,” said DeBoer. “His participation in these committees and presentations underscores our commitment to leading the way in technology solutions for enterprise fleet management.”
Peter Kisluk’s extensive experience in executive leadership, combined with his passion for operational excellence and innovation, makes him an invaluable addition to the Morey team. His commitment to driving success, fostering collaboration, and delivering exceptional customer experiences aligns perfectly with Morey’s mission and values.
Learn how GPS technology and reliable fleet management systems can enhance efficiency, ensure compliance, and boost profitability. Explore the benefits of GPS tracking, key features of tracking systems, and how fleet managers overcome challenges to optimize their asset tracking capabilities.
At its core, IoT is a way of communicating between the physical and digital worlds. This article provides a comprehensive definition of IoT, a historical overview, a list of benefits, a description of the processes involved, and challenges related to the future of IoT.
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Guides & Whitepapers
Helpful and informative guides for a variety of IoT industry needs.
People often assume that remote vehicle control solely means being able to shut it down or control the direction it drives, but it can do so much more than that. Read on to learn more about the features of remote vehicle control and its use cases.
For fleet operators, understanding the latest FMCSA regulations related to driving time and driver rest periods is a core component of effective fleet management. Read on to explore the specifics of the FMSCA’s Hours of Service (HOS) Mandate and how fleet operators can remain compliant.
The IoT network is a type of network that connects and enables a large number of devices such as smart devices, sensors, and other IoT devices, to efficiently communicate and share data between them and the cloud-based IoT services that manage them. In a nutshell, it connects enabled devices together to allow businesses to review data rapidly, often in real-time, to make the best decisions for safety, and efficiency, and to maximize ROI.
Read on to learn more about computer networks and IoT technology across construction, agriculture, and industrial industry categories.
Sometimes, we humans can use some extra assistance. ADAS systems are making the roads a safer place for everyone. Leveraging this technology in your business means a safer and more efficient fleet. In this guide, we review how these technologies work and 35 of the most common systems available today.
Although not a direct substitute for headlights or fog lights, daytime running lamps help make you more visible to other drivers. DRLs have been a standard feature in cars since the ’90s. Here we will look at where DRLs came from, their use cases, and current regulations
This article will provide fleet managers with a guide to ingress protection ratings, including critical questions to ask during decision-making, and the importance of IP ratings in fleet management.
Working in the transportation industry, you’re familiar with the term On-Board Diagnostics (OBD). But do you fully grasp its importance? On-Board Diagnostics helps technicians, fleet
DTCs were developed by the Society of Automotive Engineers to standardize vehicle self-diagnostics and speed up the repair process. This guide will show you how to read and understand both OBD-II & J1939 Diagnostic Trouble Codes.
Modern fleet management is constantly evolving, yet the ultimate goal remains the same – maximize efficiency while reducing costs. GPS is one of the most popular tools at a fleet manager’s disposal, and within equipment GPS there are newer pieces of technology are are often underutilized, such as geofencing. Geofencing has a wide range of applications that generate actionable insights that can drive fleet improvement. Read on to learn more!
Driver behavior monitoring leverages IoT technology to collect safety data in real time. This insight will allow managers to identify the best drivers, the worst drivers, and everyone in between. Keeping employees accountable for safe driving practices can greatly reduce the financial costs to your business, and equally as important, your reputation on the open road. In this article, we’ll dive into what driver behavior monitoring is, what is possible to monitor, and product suggestions for common use cases. Read on.