Fleet Management (FM)
Fleet management activities is an administrative approach that allows companies to organize and coordinate work vehicles with the aim to improve safety, efficiency, reduce costs, and provide compliance with government regulations.
While most commonly used for vehicle tracking, fleet management includes following the position and recording mechanical diagnostics and driver behavior.
Fleet Management solutions connect vehicles and monitor driver activities, allowing managers to gain an unprecedented level of insight into fleet performance, fuel burned, driver behavior and program maintenance.
By utilizing sensors to monitor operational conditions, storing historical and real-time data in the cloud and performing analytics, predictive maintenance makes it possible to service equipment based on actual wear and tear instead of scheduled preventive maintenance.
The end result is increased productivity, profitability and improved employee safety.
The aim of predictive maintenance (PdM) is first to predict when equipment failure might occur, and secondly, to prevent the occurrence of the failure by performing maintenance.
Geofencing is a technology that uses GPS, RFID, or other technology to define geographical boundaries. It allows administrators to set up triggers such as push notifications, email alerts, enable or kill switches when a device crosses a “geofence” and enters or exits an area.
For example, lorry enter in depo area are allowed to open doors, or equipment that exits a construction area could be programmed to shut down beyond the borders of a geofence in order to prevent theft. Likewise, the departure of power tools from a shop floor could trigger a text message alert.
Asset Health Management (AHM) - Picture of health
Asset Health Management is the analysis of the health of an asset as determined by operational requirements. This often includes measure and methods to establish asset health and effort to decide the appropriate actions to be taken to manage the assets' health. This also includes the discussion of health at end of life to ensure the asset's full life is used efficiently. The health of an asset in itself relates to the asset's utility, its need to be replaced, and its need for maintenance.
Real-Time Location System (RTLS)
In business, knowledge is power, and with it comes efficiency, productivity, safety, and profits. Real Time Locating Systems (RTLS) provide this knowledge by delivering precise visibility of critical assets-supply chain, manufacturing, and human, in real-time.
Real-Time Detection System (RTDS)
Real Time Intrusion Detection Systems (RTIDS) are a complex of devices and software applications that monitor network or system activities for malicious activities or policy violations and send reports to a management station.
ID systems are being developed in response to the increasing number of attacks on major sites and networks, including those of the Pentagon, the White House, NATO, and the U.S. Defense Department.
Real-Time Cold Chain Monitor (RTCCM)
The Real Time Cold Chain monitor market is segmented based on components into hardware and software. Software solutions utilized in cold chain monitoring applications add huge value to the overall monitoring system. These solutions provide data management and analytical support for monitoring the cold chain. This helps in real-time actionable data being available to relevant parties involved in the cold chain, thereby increasing efficiency and reducing wastage