Artificial Intelligence, or AI as its commonly known, is not new by any means. However, it is picking up speed within the car fleet management space and will continue to play a vital role in transforming the industry’s landscape. It will, without any doubt, accelerate the rate at which Fleet Management Companies, or FMCs, can deliver more value and improve the experience for all of their clients. Here are a few examples of how exactly artificial intelligence can help improve fleet management companies and their services.
Advantages and Challenges of Artificial Intelligence Today
New vehicles already incorporate some form of AI, but, over time, it will change every single aspect of driving, from navigation and voice commands to safety, security, and autonomy. Today every modern car has built-in computers that can be used to operate the vehicle. These computers can help collect data about its activity, which provides the connected car service provider with a wealth of information about the car. The issue is that operators lack the knowledge and time to scrutinize the massive amounts of available data. OEMs, FMCs, and telematics providers have so much to gain from this brand new advanced analysis of data collected from the vehicles in their fleets, which can be gathered in real-time in the age of connected cars.
Time to Embrace AI
The trend is to put out more computing power at the edge, which allows one device to run analytics on multiple applications all in real-time. This will enable the capturing of more data for analysis of routes and events to find correlations with operating efficiency and safety. Operators will then have a coherent view of their vehicle fleet, be able to monitor and manage them the right way, detect issues whenever, and enforce their fleet’s policies. Information gathered can then be processed and analyzed to learn the normal behavior of their vehicles, fleet, and drivers as well, making it much easier to find cyber threats, car theft, fraud attempts, and risky driving behaviors. As artificial intelligence continues to improve, FMCs will become much more willing to let these machines learn how to identify real risk, save time, and create value to keep their drivers safe and to drive up their competition value within the industry. Artificial Intelligence can also help improve transportation security technology from Gatekeeper Security. It gives so much back to developers and users alike.
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