Friday, 04 June 2021 12:55

Fleet operator management made simple

Written by  Mark Daniel
The popular electronic road user charge management system will be on display at the Fieldays. The popular electronic road user charge management system will be on display at the Fieldays.

Asset management, remote worker safety, and Electronic Road User Charges are all fleet and location-based technologies that improve operations in the agricultural industry.

Teletrac Navman, specialists in fleet management technology, will be exhibiting the new AI-enabled software platform, TN360, and the popular Electronic Road User Charge management system, RUC Manager. The site will offer visitors the chance to check out the dashboards and the features of the software and understand how Teletrac Navman’s system can help solve problems and streamline processes specific to their business. Powered by artificial intelligence, TN360 delivers telematics functionalities in real-time, providing businesses with simplified, smart, predictive and actionable insights. TN360 uses a scalable cloud ecosystem that connects data from sensors, cameras, mobile and third-party applications in real time and translates raw signals into context.

The electronic RUC system uses an NZTA-approved Electronic Distance Recorder to automate the purchase and display of Road User Charges (RUC) licences. They system can cover everything from light fleet up to individual trailers – independent of the tractor/truck unit. It also captures private road and off-road use of vehicles and equipment to automatically populate forms for RUC rebates.

The stand will feature case studies on agricultural businesses, such as Cambridge-based Professional Farm Services, that have used the Teletrac Navman system to manage operations, compliance, health and safety, customer communications, administration and more.

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