ConMet Digital Driver app for telematics solution now available for download 

ConMet Digital Driver app for telematics solution now available for download 

ConMet says its Digital Driver app empowers drivers and saves costs with data-driven insights.

ConMet recently announced the release of the Digital Driver app, now available for download for iOS and Android, as part of its telematics portfolio of solutions. Drivers will now have access to real-time telematics data, which the company says will enable drivers to react quickly to abnormal component health and allow fleets to make faster decisions.  

According to the company, the app helps drivers and fleet service teams get the most out of telematics data. The company says data-science driven algorithms produce vehicle health insights that save time and money. Namely, ConMet says, by detecting potential problems early, fleet service teams and drivers can take action to avoid exponential costs that can pile up if repair needs are ignored. For users, it’s easy to access and interpret updates in real time, ConMet says.

As part of the ConMet Digital integrated system, ConMet says, the app works together with the online dashboard to create a fleet-wide experience, and the company notes that maintenance and service teams can see warnings at the same time as the driver. Drivers can be proactive about alerts and communicate with the service team.  

The ConMet Digital Driver app, according to ConMet, provides a 360-degree experience through asset selection, pre-trip inspection and real-time alerts during the trip. 

According to a press release, before a trip begins, the ConMet Digital Driver app pre-trip view provides “highly accurate asset status across all installed sensors.” This includes elements such as individual tire PSI. As a result, drivers can take action on any anomalies beforehand. 

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