Samsara launches Sustainable Fleet Management solution

Samsara launches Sustainable Fleet Management solution

Samsara says it hopes to empower customers to reduce emissions, jumpstart electrification, and meet their sustainability goals.

Samsara has introduced its “Sustainable Fleet Management” solution, which the company says is an evolution of Samsara’s existing fuel efficiency and electric vehicle (EV) offerings. The company says the solution is designed to empower customers with additional data-driven insights so they can reduce emissions, jumpstart electrification, and meet their sustainability goals.

Samsara notes that its Sustainable Fleet Management solution is designed to support customers along every step of their journey toward more sustainable operations.

The company lists enhanced features as follows:

  • Fuel and Energy Hub: With this new dashboard, managers can visualize an entire fleet’s performance while gathering actionable insights into fuel economy, cost, and consumption.
  • Sustainability Report: Allows customers to visualize their fleet emissions and monitor output across sites and vehicles to pinpoint improvement areas. This report also provides insight into current and predicted fleet emissions over time, so customers can set more accurate targets and track progress against their sustainability goals. Sustainability Report is now available in open beta.
  • Charge Control: Combats driver range anxiety by managing real-time EV charging at scale and easily identifying charging issues. Additionally, customers can create custom charging profiles by groups or by individual vehicles and receive notifications for irregularities. Charge Control will be available this summer, Samsara says.
  • EV Suitability Report: Provides customers with a tailored list of ICE vehicles within their fleet that are most suitable for EV transition. This new report now includes assessments for all vehicle types and allows customers to configure electrification criteria for advanced recommendations. EV Suitability Report is now generally available, Samsara says.

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