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Microlise unveils telematics offering for smaller fleets

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Microlise has launched Focus, a telematics solution designed for smaller fleets. 

Focus, says Microlise, will provide the same high standard level of data and fleet performance intelligence available to larger fleet operators.

Stephen Watson, director of product at Microlise, said: “There are a number of telematics solutions on the market, but Focus is tailor-made for smaller fleets and provides users with meaningful data to support fleet utilisation, without flooding them with data they simply don’t need.

“Our aim is to make it possible for every fleet owner to deploy next generation telematics across any make and model of vehicle, including pre-Euro VI.

“With a warranty that extends for the life of the contract and our own manufactured units, plus the option to move seamlessly onto a larger fleet solution if required, Focus provides all the essential elements.”

Focus aims to provide fleets with a range of tools that will improve its efficiency, ensure vehicle utilisation, reduce running costs and that will lower environmental emissions.

Its technology can also support the drivers and ensure safety and compliance regulations are adhered to.

Further add-ons are available which includes: a multi-camera solution, incident analysis and a remote digital tachograph download.

The company currently invests its resources in to research and development, improving its solutions for OEM partners such as DAF and MAN Truck & Bus UK.

This follows its recent release of technology that can record up to four high definition video streams simultaneously, with each camera offering flexible configuration.

Recent developments for larger and smaller fleets are allowing for every vehicle’s route to be improved and monitored, ensuring optimal fleet management.

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