What do I need?
All you need for efficient fleet management, is our app on your Android smartphone or your iPhone/iPad and an OBD II device installed on each of your fleet vehicles.
view_listHow your fleet vehicles’ data arrives on your phone
The OBD II device is a small device that collects data from your vehicle’s brain-box (ECU) and sends it to the cloud via a SIM card. Data — such as vehicle speed, fuel levels, temperature, RPM, battery level, trip distance, and much more — are sent to the cloud at regular intervals.
All you need to do is:
What do I get from fleet management with Veturilo?
It only takes a minute. All you have to do is connect the OBD II devices you received, to the OBD II port for each fleet vehicle. Then follow the instructions included, to synchronize it with the app.
Get alerts and notifications only when unexpected events take place. You won’t miss any crucial event and at the same time you can access all of your trip-history data whenever you need it.
How can I really benefit from Veturilo Fleet Management?
Veturilo is like a co-driver for your entire fleet of vehicles.
It makes sure you and your drivers stay up-to-date with the status each and every vehicle is in.
Locate your parked vehicles and get notifications to help you act in time, in case any of them has been towed.
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Use diagnostic alerts and notifications to help you handle malfunction repairs.
Use the trip log, with detailed info regarding events and incidents pertinent to your vehicles, and retrieve all the information you need about any business or personal trips.
Fleet Vehicle Status
Get notifications concerning engine faults or other mechanical warnings, so that you can prevent and handle unpleasant situations that may incur costs to your business.
Keep an eye on your drivers’ on-road behavior. Ensure your fleet vehicles’ good condition. Help prevent speeding tickets or hold drivers responsible for ones received.
We use a multi-layered security algorithm to make sure your data is protected, even in transit from the device to the cloud and then back to your mobile phone.