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London April 17, 2014
Visitors to this year’s CV Show will get a first look at TomTom Telematics’ new ruggedized seven-inch driver terminal, the latest edition to the WEBFLEET fleet management platform.
Businesses will be able to host bespoke applications on the terminal to help van and truck drivers capture more information in the field, such as digital signature capture for proof of delivery, vehicle checks and barcode scanning, all on one device.
This latest development extends the WEBFLEET platform, which now has 3 API’s – in the office, in the field and on the driver terminal. With this new API, the extended integration capabilities of WEBFLEET (known as .connect) allow business to streamline their end-to-end processes, where field staff and vehicles become an integrated part of the overall operations. With the wide set of applications already developed by its partners, WEBFLEET sets the standard for developers to seamlessly connect vehicles and mobile workers with the back office*.
The new driver terminal, PRO 8275, combines the earlier announced TomTom Bridge with WEBFLEET and the .connect API capabilities. The device will be on display.
The driver terminal will add flexibility and value to an already strong solution for transport operators. Visitors can see the terminal along with existing applications such as truck navigation, tachograph management, predefined route and itinerary order creation, along with extensive hardware and software integration possibilities in the office and around the vehicle.
TomTom Telematics (formerly known as TomTom Business Solutions) will be at stand 4H120 at the CV Show, taking place at the NEC Birmingham from April 29 to May 1.
* Requires a TomTom LINK device to be installed in the vehicle