Fleet management software allows people to perform a number of specific tasks in managing one or all aspects related to a fleet of corporate vehicles. These specific tasks include all operations ranging from vehicle acquisition to disposal. Based on its performance, the software enables features such as recording driver and vehicle details, tracking procurement costs, planning maintenance and maintenance tasks, importing fuel transactions, optimizing roads, and measuring fleet performance through reports and diagrams. Recent advances in fleet management have added safety and control to fleet vehicles. Fleet safety and control includes the safety of the vehicle during shutdown or non-operation and the ability to safely disable a vehicle while operating. This allows the fleet manager to recover stolen or unsering vehicles, while reducing the likelihood of lost or stolen cargo. The addition of fleet safety and control to a fleet management system provides a fleet card manager with preventive measures to commit cargo damage and loss. A key element in fleet management systems is the vehicle tracking component. This component is usually based on GPS, but sometimes it can be based on GLONASS or a cellular triangulation platform.  Once location, direction and speed are determined by GPS components, additional tracking functions transmit this information to a fleet management software application. Data transmission methods cover both the earth and satellites. While satellite tracking communication is more expensive, it is essential if vehicle tracking is to operate in remote environments without interruption.
Users can see the real-time locations of their fleet on a map. This is often used to react quickly to events on the ground. Fleet management is also about the management of ships at sea. Fleet management contracts are generally awarded to fleet management companies that deal with aspects such as crew, maintenance and day-to-day operations. This gives the shipowner time to focus on booking cargo. Fleet management (vehicle management) can include a number of functions such as Z.B, vehicle leasing and financing, vehicle maintenance, certification and compliance, supply chain management, accident management and replacement, vehicle remoteness (tracking and diagnostic), driver management, speed management, fuel management, safety management and vehicle management. Fleet management is a function that enables companies that depend on transportation in the economy to eliminate or minimize the risks associated with investments in vehicles, improve efficiency, productivity and reduce all their transport and personnel costs by offering 100% compliance with public legislation (duty of care) and much more. These functions can be performed either by a fleet management service or by an outsourced fleet management provider. The number of light commercial vehicles registered in Europe  was 15 million in 2016 and 19.5 million in North America Despite these record numbers, light commercial vehicles account for only 62% of total fleet sales. Fleet management tasks are closely linked and generally integrated. While some services and products can be used separately, a global system is needed to integrate data from different functions to achieve optimal performance. Vehicle tracking systems provide a number of data points for engine diagnosis, driving behaviour and geo-location.
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