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Microlise Enters Field Service & Fleet Sectors with Launch of Clear

Telematics platform provider Microlise has today launched Clear, a product designed specifically for the field service and fleet sectors. Clear empowers drivers to improve performance, delivering safety, cost reduction and environmental impact benefits, whilst also providing fleet compliance and comprehensive task management functionality. Microlise recognises that driver engagement is crucial in achieving strong return on . . .

Maritime Increases Investment in Telematics to Sharpen Competitive Edge

Maritime Transport Ltd (Maritime), one of the UK’s largest privately-owned container transport and distribution operators, has increased its investment in telematics with its long-term provider Microlise to include a fully integrated transport management system and intelligent in-cab communications. Following an initial introduction of telematics to its 700 strong fleet in 2012, Maritime has progressively increased its . . .

Telematics for Transaid as Microlise Agrees Corporate Membership

Telematics solutions provider Microlise has signed up as a corporate member of Transaid, becoming the first telematics specialist to lend its support to the international transport development charity. The announcement was made at today’s Microlise Transport Conference, held at the Ricoh Arena in Coventry, before an audience of 1,000 senior industry executives. Microlise used the . . .

Microlise Driver Performance Management App Launched to Support Driver Engagement with Telematics

At the Microlise Transport Conference, telematics platform provider Microlise has announced the launch of Driver Performance Management (DPM), a mobile application running on both Android and iOS devices that delivers increased driver engagement with telematics, whilst at the same time reducing management resource requirements. The DPM mobile app is designed to achieve improvements in driving . . .