Mullen launches in-house fleet telematics solution

Mullen launches in-house fleet telematics solution

The system provides its users with maintenance alerts, real-time vehicle location, driver safety, battery state of charge, metrics, and more.

Mullen Automotive has launched an in-house telematics solution, Commercial Pulse.

According to the company, the system provides its users with maintenance alerts, real-time vehicle location, driver safety, battery state of charge, metrics and more. The end-user dashboard features asset and trip management, electric vehicle and driver performance, geofencing and reporting.

Commercial Pulse is available via two mobile applications – Mullen Commercial Pulse Fleet and Mullen Commercial Pulse Driver – on both iOS and Android platforms. Mullen Commercial Pulse Fleet provides insights and access, including a variety of management functions like vehicle health, maintenance, battery, and safety/security alerts, the company said. Mullen Commercial Pulse Driver improves driver practice and time management with features like routing assistance, real-time vehicle location, charging station locator, and roadside assistance, Mullen noted.

According to the press release, Commercial Pulse is currently available for the Mullen One and Mullen Three electric trucks.

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