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What happens when you ask your telematics platform a question and it gives you an answer?

Jason Morgan is the editor of Fleet Equipment. He has more than 14 years of B2B journalism experience covering the likes of trucking and construction equipment, real estate, movies and craft beer industries.


Using truck telematics to improve your fleet operations always begins with a question. The continuing challenge of technology is to make finding the data you need to answer that question approachable. During a telematics demo with Teletrac Navman, the telematics service provider showed off its natural language search function.

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What does that mean?

It means you ask a question, much like I just did, in a way you’d typically ask and the system will serve up the related data. Think about how you search for things on Google, like “How do I use truck telematics?” and find results. That’s how you’d interact with your truck data. It’s a platform that Teletrac Navman has launched and continues to improve upon. You can see how it works in the video above.

Back to the beginning

This is the second video detailing my conversation with Teletrac Navmna’s Marco Encinas. For an overview of how to put real-time telematics to work, check out the first video here:

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