MiX Telematics' New Solution Lightens the Work Load of Fleet Managers and Drivers
BOCA RATON, FL: MiX Telematics, provider of fleet and mobile asset management solutions brings in Android based touch screen, MiXRovi II for in-cab display. The seven inch device aids managers and drivers to act in accordance with FMSCSA (Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration) for electronic logging needs, real-time communication, and enhanced job routing, navigation and productivity, while cutting down fuel usage.
MiXRovi II extends multiple solutions offered by the company like MiX Fleet Manager Solution for fleet management and driver behavior monitoring, and forms a pivotal part of MiXTelematics's Hours of Service (HOS). Customer specific data is seamlessly recorded with the support of customizable data inputs. Managers are kept informed on a real time allowing them to handle customer issues without delay. This also leads in improved delivery time as managers are in constant communication with drivers.
Issues such as speeding, harsh braking and over-revving is met with the support of safer driving alerts, pop-ups and verbal warnings helping coach drivers. This facilitates reduced fuel usage and elimination of vehicle wear and tear. Its navigation options deliver truck-specific and hazmat-aware routing and directions solutions. Since the solution integrates seamlessly with MiX Telematics, it enables comprehensive online reporting by bringing together important data captured with respect to the vehicle and driver information. This caters to effective fleet management options.
"Our customers need to ensure compliance with FMCSA's current and pending electronic logging requirements and are always looking to improve driver safety. MiXRovi II is an important component of our overall solution, connecting fleet managers, drivers and customers in real-time and improving the overall productivity of fleets,” states Skip Kinford, President and CEO of MiX Telematics Americas.
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