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Advanced Package

Our Advanced package is designed for clients who require advanced and specialised fleet management system to manage their fleet plus driver safety and claims management system.

Advanced Fleet Management System

  • A range of comprehensive, customisable reports allow you to monitor fuel consumption, analyse vehicle utilisation, productivity and exceptions. We integrate GPS data and fuel card transactions of petrol companies to track usage. Data captured include days used (in a week or month), total distance travelled (km), total duration or engine hours, speeding, braking and idling exceptions, idle duration (hours), total fuel used (litres), total spent on fuel (RM), fuel cost per km and km per litre.

  • For businesses that have multiple drivers, the Driver Management feature serves as a useful tool to help monitor your drivers. Each driver is issued a Driver ID Tag, enabling you to identify and monitor the driver of each vehicle. Rate each driver according to their own KPIs check for harsh braking, reckless driving, speeding, free-wheeling, idling and excessive RPM. Generate reports on the driving behaviour of each driver.

  • Our Advanced package offers Fuel Management for fleets of non-CANbus trucks. Analyse vehicle’s activities and manage vehicle’s fuel consumption. Fuel source data can be obtained via electronic fuelling cards, manual entries or vehicle networks.

  • The CANbus interface allows you to extract vehicle data such as RPM, speed, distance travelled, fuel consumption, temperature and more. For fleets with CANbus trucks, CANbus offers safe and easy access to fuel management without the need to tap wires or add fuel sensors that may void vehicle warranty. The CANbus data includes RPM, speed, kilometres, fuel used and average fuel economy, and more.

  • With the Alert Management feature, companies can ensure that issues like speeding and idling are properly dealt with and managed. Alert notifications are sent via email to authorised personnel. All alerts are captured on the system when users log in. The number of alerts will increase and accumulate if the system operator does not take action and process the alerts. This serves as an effective way to manage alerts.

  • Temperature monitoring of refrigeration compartments using digital temperature sensors with a range of -20°C to +120°C. The MHub reports periodical temperature readings as well as alerts to any readings outside the defined range.