Artificial intelligence has taken the world by storm and in many different ways. From search engines to algorithms, and now within security technology – artificial intelligence is here to stay. As it progresses, humans wonder just how much better this type of technology can get. A lot of people believe that artificial intelligence can continue to assist us in both our personal lives and in the business sphere. However, a lot of people do not seem to truly understand how AI technology impacts the automotive vehicle fleet industry. Read on to learn how artificial intelligence is impacting security technology for connected vehicle fleets!
The Real Effect of AI Technology with Connected Vehicles
People have been driving vehicles of all sizes for years, and it hasn’t been until recently that technology was implemented in a way to improve our overall driving experiences. Many modern vehicles are now connected through multiple built-in computer systems known as Telematics Control Units (TCUs) or Electronic Control Units (ECUs). The point of these types of computers is to collect data about the vehicle’s general activity and to send it back to the connected fleet service provider. These types of computers use countless different codes to send vehicle data on use diagnostics, all thanks to artificial intelligence.
How Else Can Artificial Intelligence Protect Connected Vehicles?
Due to the fast progression of AI technology, car fleet operators will no longer have to sit and worry about organizing and interpreting the sheer amount of data that they have collected from the Electronics and Telematics Control Units. By combining the information they’ve received from machine learning techniques and analytics, fleet operators can now have a more organized view of their vehicles. They will now be able to manage and monitor more effectively and pick up on issues that might pop up. Artificial intelligence has also helped fleet managers verify whether or not a driver should be certified to drive a vehicle through an intelligent license plate scanner. This form of technology from Gatekeeper will match up a license plate on a car and scan it within a database to determine who the licensed driver is. This is useful for government agencies or private organizations who might be using connected car fleets to keep track of and ensure who is operating their vehicles.
Groundbreaking Technologies with Gatekeeper
Gatekeeper Security’s suite of intelligent optical technologies provides security personnel with the tool to detect today’s threats. Our systems help those in the energy, transportation, commercial, and government sectors protect their people and their valuables by detecting threats in time to act. From automatic under vehicle inspection systems, automatic license plate reader systems, to on the move automatic vehicle occupant identifier, we offer full 360-degree vehicle scanning to ensure any threat is found. Throughout 37 countries around the globe, Gatekeeper Security’s technology is trusted to help protect critical infrastructure. Follow us on Facebook and LinkedIn for updates about our technology and company.