Automotive World COMMENT article:

October 23, 2020

Aftermarket connected fleet solutions prove value through COVID and beyond

Automotive World published an article in its Comment column penned by Jim Gripp, Product Director at Powerfleet, on key learnings on connected vehicle fleet technology coming out of the disruption caused by COVID-19. The article noted that:

“Approximately 75% of North American passenger vehicles are equipped with some level of connected vehicle technology. For fleets, though, aftermarket connected solutions could be the key to providing a ubiquitous driver experience and effectively managing a wide range of vehicle makes and models…

…Aftermarket Fleet Management System (FMS) solutions are automaker-agnostic and specifically designed to support multiple vehicle makes and models as well as emerging stand-alone technologies, such as dashcams.”

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