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Truck Computer With WiFi

January 29th, 2015 Comments off

aide automotive offer In Vehicle PC’s To The Commercial Vehicle Operator

aide automotive have introduced a new product within the commercial vehicle sector, PC’s are an every day essential business tool and now any vehicle can be tooled up with a reliable, high performance PC.

With a PC having endless uses, PC’s can improve vehicle or business efficiency almost immediately. One option could be vehicle management, engine diagnostics can be taken via the vehicle CAN-BUS, with engine warning lights being reported back to HQ within seconds of activation.

Driver performance is another, harsh braking, accelerating, idling and over speeding can all be logged by a PC. With Crash For Cash and road traffic accidents a major heath & safety concern, a PC can record via a number of cameras around the vehicle for days, weeks or months. Data can be replayed instantly on the PC or transferred back to HQ.

aide auto director Matt Burke said “Having a PC in a vehicle could have endless uses. We can offer a product portfolio for a CV PC, for example a Fuel Tank Anti Theft Alarm, a Catalytic Alarm, tracking, SatNav, Incident Cameras & many more. Customers can also add their own bespoke software, we can work with IT depts and offer on site installation!”

E-mark approved our product range have been extensively heat tested and a robustness vibration check.

Please review our product page by clicking on Commercial Vehicle PC ¬†and do not hesitate to contact aide automotive to discuss how our PC’s could improve your business.

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Commercial Vehicle On Board PC – The Future!
aide automotive offer In Vehicle PC’s To The Commercial Vehicle Operator

Fleet managers ‘need to consider cost savings’

May 18th, 2009 No comments

Fleet managers are advised to make cost savings says Ross Jackson’s artice on the Energy Savings Trust website.

Ross Jackson, managing director of consulting firm Fleet Operations, noted that managing costs needs to be the “number one priority” for transport executives.

With this the goverment have made an incentive scheme to buy more electric cars.

aide automotive have always seen that costs savings is the way forward, recharging batteries rather replacing is an ideal way to help costs and the environment.

Monitoring driving can also reduce costs, the Driver Eye is a simple cost effective monitor for any fleet.

Read the full article by clicking here.