fleetster helps vehicle fleets to analyze and change user behavior with the help of detailed reports.
Utilization Analysis to track vehicle usage
In CarSharing we focus on keeping vehicle data safe everyday. In order to comply with the high data protection requirements of our customers we make sure to only safe and work with absolutely neccesary information.
Currently, we are developing a utilization analysis based on live-telematics data. The report clearly shows how long and for how many kilometres the vehicle was used. GPS data and driver data are not used at all, which makes tracking drivers impossible.
In addition, we offer to identify and export gasoline and CO2 data to identify saving potentials. In the following months, further reports without telematics data will be added as well.
Utilization report with telematics data
The first question we are always asked is: “Can driver's trips be tracked or can routes be generated with the help of single data points?” The answer is simple: No! No location data is captured or saved. The data plug will be connected to the car and only transmits the time and mileage status from the beginning until the end of the trip.
These data points can be exported or directly viewed through the fleetster software. In excel it is possible to create a detailed report including which cars can be removed from the fleet.
The analysis is especially useful for pool cars that are not managed with fleetster today. The usage analysis for all pool cars that are booked through fleetster was released a few years ago.
To identify saving potentials the new gasoline report helps to identify and export gasoline data. It is now possible to provide an overview of the usage of each car over a longer period or for each trip. In the process, the usage data will be compared with the manufacturer's WLTP specifications.
The third report that can be generated is the CO2 report. This report is based on actual usage and provides an overview. Just like the gasoline report it can also be analyzed over a specific period or for each trip individually.
Charging Infrastructure Report
The charging-infrastructure report will take some additional time. We are aiming at simulating the required vehicle range after leaving the company. The data is retrieved by the currently existing fleet. Since the home charging capabilities fundamentally change the required energy in the company, this report needs a bit of help from the drivers. Data security aspects are the most difficult part of this report.