While the marketing push around telematics systems and huge information options has been targeted at large fleets—– with the payback multiplied by the number of trucks—– owner-operators and little fleets stand to benefit too. Following their discussion at a recent press event to outline the new partnership between Zonar Systems and Daimler Trucks North America, Zonar President and CEO Brett Brinton and Chief Approach Officer Mike McQuade sat down with Fleet Owner to describe how the telematics devices they are developing make good sense for even a single truck operator. “& ldquo; A great deal of telematics push has actually been about performance and uptime, without rewarding the motorist. So we’& rsquo; re actually focuseding on things that make it much better for the motorist and the owner-operator,” & rdquo; says Brinton. & ldquo; The benefit, if priced right, is it & rsquo; s a devoted, purpose-built device that would bring value to operating the truck, but would also add value when they turn the secret off.” A near-term objective is to provide “& ldquo; budget-friendly, tailored products” & rdquo; for various users, Brinton included. “& ldquo; It & rsquo; s more vital, in my mind, to the man out there aiming to make a living in a truck that he owns than it is to a fleet—– however they get the exact same value,” & rdquo; McQuade stated. The Zonar plan has two parts: the “& ldquo; black box, & rdquo; which Brinton compares with a flight data recorder in aircraft and which transmits information to cloud storage and also has the capability to talk with other devices; and a committed, functional mobile tablet to access, procedure and show the information that’& rsquo; s gathered in the cloud. “& ldquo; Exactly what can an owner-operator do to monitor his truck, to collect data in time?” & rdquo; McQuade recommends, then he makes use of as an example running I-90 across Montana in March. A telematics platform shops the information from a previous journey, consisting of ecological conditions, and compares apples-to-apples info to draw conclusions about the car’& rsquo; s operation.
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