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The new driver terminal includes forced driver ID, digital mileage log, working time log and driver behavior improvement features
Tampa FLA, 24 April 2017
TomTom Telematics today announces the US availability of the TomTom PRO 2020. The driver terminal, which can be used in cars and vans, combines a rich set of features allowing large fleet owners using WEBFLEET, to connect their entire fleets while helping them be more in control of driver style and compliance. The TomTom PRO 2020 will be showcased in the TomTom Telematics booth #1246 at NAFA 2017 Institute and Expo.
For the first time, the TomTom PRO 2020 combines four essential features in one unit to bring greater visibility and efficiency to the manager, the driver and the business:
By packaging these with an interactive touchscreen interface, the TomTom PRO 2020 creates an engaging experience for the driver, which is more effective at helping to change their behavior and improve their driving style. Its simplicity enables and encourages accurate logging of work times and business/private trip data, and its compact screen size (2.5 inches) means it can be fitted to the vehicle dashboard without taking up too much space.
For fleet managers the TomTom PRO 2020 offers a quick and easy way to empower drivers to be accountable. It also provides powerful reporting via WEBFLEET and the ability to integrate easily into existing back office systems.
“Owners of large fleets often find connecting all their vehicles can be challenging and expensive. Including only essential functionality in one device, the TomTom PRO 2020 provides fleet owners with a quick and easy solution to this problem,” said Torsten Grunzig, Director of Sales at TomTom Telematics North America. “By giving fleet owners a consistent way of collecting data across their whole fleet, we are not only helping to reduce the total cost of ownership across the fleet, but we are also helping them to more easily, more quickly and more efficiently reach their goals. This is the latest innovative development we are offering to help support both manager and driver, as well as the industry as a whole in its digital transformation.”