Teletrac Navman reveals Electric Vehicle Evaluator (EVE) at ACT Expo

Teletrac Navman reveals Electric Vehicle Evaluator (EVE) at ACT Expo

EVE is an EV transition platform that utilizes telematics data and predictive analytics to build a plan that supports a fleet’s decarbonization goals.

At this year’s Advanced Clean Transportation (ACT) Expo, Teletrac Navman revealed major updates to its alternative energy product portfolio that will enable fleets to plan, implement, and track the transition from internal combustion engine (ICE) to multi-fuel capabilities, the company said. According to Teletrac, EVE (Electric Vehicle Evaluator) is an electric vehicle (EV) transition platform that utilizes telematics data and predictive analytics to build a plan that supports a fleet’s decarbonization goals.

“Fleets all over the globe are facing pressures to change to low carbon energy types efficiently and cost-effectively, without disrupting business operations – it can be overwhelming,” Mayank Sharma, head of global product management & UX at Teletrac Navman, said. “We have designed EVE to help fleet managers navigate the journey to alternative energy by simplifying what can be a very complex process.”

According to the company, EVE provides intelligence for transition planning in three key areas: feasibility planning, financial planning, and infrastructure design, to support informed strategic capex planning and expenditure conversations.

The feasibility planning tool helps to identify the vehicles suitable for transition to electric based on trip and cargo data and the optimum battery and charger types to use. The financial planning element provides a detailed cost analysis of the total cost ownership (TCO) between EV and ICE vehicles, indicating which ones would be more cost-effective to transition. EVE’s infrastructure design tool models the most efficient charging infrastructure to support and sustain a transition plan. It also can factor in weather conditions, different charger powers, site charge fuse limits and varying base load, the company said.

The launch of EVE is complimented by Teletrac Navman’s new sustainability dashboard which enables fleet managers to monitor progress against their decarbonization targets once energy transition has commenced. The company said this sustainability dashboard gives fleets a score out of 100, to let fleet managers see progress at a glance and simplify internal and external company reporting on their targets, and in particular its emissions. Not only does it provide a snapshot of savings in fuel costs it also feeds in data from individual vehicles to help identify areas of improvement in driver performance that can impact emissions.

Moreover, Teletrac said its AI-powered TN360 fleet management platform will become the single pane of glass from which to access the sustainability dashboard, as well as integrations with multiple business units.

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