Sensium Armada GPS
It’s the next big thing. It’s the future. It’s the same old story. However, what if the future was simply sitting there, dormant and waiting for the right moment to emerge. The GPS vehicle and asset tracking industry has thrived for decades. The industry has never shied away from speaking of the innovation that has been delivered over that time but arguably, these innovations have largely been based on advances in GPS technology, not in advances in what benefits the technology could provide for businesses in rich, deep and meaningful ways. All of that is about to change. Because, in addition to Sensium providing NZ businesses with Armadagps, a fully featured fleet management platform, the NZ based company now provides its customers with the next generation of Driver Behaviour and Monitoring Intelligence. The richness of data that is now available is a true opportunity for businesses to monitor, assess, understand and act on the knowledge provided by realworld driver behaviour. This advance in driver behaviour monitoring is about providing more than simple location data. Knowing where vehicles are being driven vs how vehicles are being driven is a sea change moment for the GPS vehicle tracking industry, and Sensium is leading the way globally. However, what is truly exciting is that many of the existing devices which are used by Sensium customers have been collecting and collating deep data for the last eight years, essentially since their devices have been powered on. This means informed business decisions can be made immediately. Through the new driver behaviour monitoring opportunities, businesses are now empowered to make the right decisions through the ‘deep data’ available from their fleet of vehicles, which is not limited to simply reporting ignition status, engine hours, odometer and location. Businesses can now deploy industry leading Truepath tracking, real time g-force calculation and much more, with all data in transit encrypted and digitally signed. Finally, the true benefits for businesses of GPS tracking for vehicles are clear.