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Fleet Telematics delivers sophisticated location features and functionalities that can be easily used in any application development.
Save time and effort with out-of-the-box features for everything from matching GPS traces to a road network, to changing geometries and restrictions for a particular road, and more.
Data sets available for transport, logistics, infrastructure and planning use cases, such as speed limits for trucks, road inclines, road curvatures, lane dividers, and more.
Admin tools supporting a variety of data types with lat/long, shapes and geometries, as well as layers for flexible map display.
Store, manage and retrieve any custom POI or polygon, whenever and wherever needed.
Monitor mobile assets entering or leaving a certain geographic area, of any size, anywhere in the world.
Get additional HERE Map Content, including height and slope values, curvature, speed limits and traffic lights.
Get the optimum sequence of a given set of waypoints based on time or distance traveled, or by considering the commercial value at each location. Solves what's also known as "the traveling salesman problem."
Calculate the toll costs for any HERE route while taking into account various vehicle profiles, or get the cost-optimized route based on toll and vehicle costs.
Match the GPS traces to the HERE road network to get the most probable routes for your vehicles, and detect illegal maneuvers.
Build custom routes considering own road restrictions and geometries including blocking of existing roads, removal of existing road blocks and adding new road geometries.
Enable direct communication between dispatch and fleet with HERE Premium SDKs.
Request the optimal order to travel between a set of waypoints.
Block any road link that's inappropriate for your fleet to travel on.
Calculate all toll costs incurred per journey by a 7.5 ton truck, based on linkIDs.