Telia Launches New Connected Vehicle IoT Service for Logistics Operators

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Telia launches Telia Connected Vehicle, a new service that is designed to make vehicle and fleet management more efficient, helps promote more environmentally friendly driving, and enables optimal fuel consumption.

Telia Connected Vehicle is built on the Fältcom platform that was originally developed and proven in the public transport industry. As well as providing “out of the box” features, it is also an open platform that enables transport and logistics operators to consolidate their own and third party applications.

Telia Connected Vehicle provides a vendor-independent IoT ecosystem for the optimisation of heavy traffic. In trucks connected to the service, each driver will have one display in the cabin, making it possible for them to monitor in real time the truck’s fuel consumption and receive different type of information regarding the vehicle and traffic information. This information will also be shared in real time with their operation center to enable optimised fleet management.

New services are brought to logistics operators through the comprehensive service ecosystem. 

Kalle Mehtola, Head of IoT Sale, Telia Finland
We aim to create completely new types of services for the industry, simultanerously enhancing operations and saving both operational costs and the environment. Monitoring has led to saving as much as ten liters of fuel per one hundred kilometers, so the cost savings are considerable. 

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