Delivering Smart, Transformative, Fleet Management Solutions

Digital transformation is making inroads in fleet management. With advanced telematics data, fleet managers can improve safety, security, and efficiency. Intel-powered solutions and development tools can help system integrators build the right solutions for their customers.

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The connected car market is exploding. In 2021, about 84 million connected cars were driving on US roads. By 2035, that is expected to exceed 305 million, making the US market the largest for connected vehicles.

That kind of growth brings new opportunities for fleet management companies and the system integrators who guide their digital transformation. Fueled by the growth in ecommerce and public mobility, and further propelled by edge and IoT technologies, new solutions allow fleet managers to improve vehicle performance, organization, fleet maintenance, and tracking. Detailed analytics provide insights for improved efficiency on and off the road.

Some early solutions have been hampered by disparate systems and limited architectures that can’t support advanced workloads. With limited backend management and data analytics capabilities, those fleet management solutions fall short. 

Transforming Vehicle Performance Oversight

Watch this short video to see how Intel®-based solutions use consolidated compute architectures to address these problems and support high-impact use cases. Having a single consolidated in-vehicle computer architecture, powered by Intel® Core™ and Intel® Atom® processors, can support cutting edge solutions with artificial intelligence, 5G, edge, and cloud technologies.  

The Intel® ecosystem has the tools you need to create and deploy streamlined fleet management systems. Find out how Intel® Edge Insights for Fleet (EIF) provides real-time information to drivers and fleet managers. Speed up development timelines by taking advantage of the Intel® Software Developer Zone, the Intel DevCloud, and the Intel® Distribution of OpenVINO™ Toolkit. Then take your expertise on the road.


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