DEL Telematics is your mobility partner
Leverage telematics either as a provider or user
Understand the market allowing you to define the opportunity, potential obstacles and how to measure success
Bring products or services to market by leveraging experience to define the need and create a unique hook
Accomplish and accelerate growth with your proven solution into new markets and with new products resulting in greater market presence
How we support your Telematics
Through experience, we help these industries to optimize and succeed!
Supporting insurance telematics and UBI programs
Enabling road-usage charging, emissions testing, graduated licensing, smart cities and more
Supporting companies interest to deliver telematics based products
Providing review, development and innovation aligned to future growth
Facilitating the selection and implementation of various solutions
Enabling auto manufacturers to develop post manufacturing solutions
Providing tracking, vehicle health, service and maintenance planning, intelligent pricing and more
Enabling the modernization of driver education and coaching
Experience builds results
What is vehicle telematics?
Telematics is a method of gathering information (such as location, speed, driving style and more) about the vehicle and the driver. The most common way to gather this data is through the vehicle’s build-in electronic or 3rd party aftermarket device or solution such as an OBD dongle , GPS device or smartphone application.
What are vehicle telematics used for?
Vehicle telematics are used in numerous use cases, such as: GPS navigation, asset tracking, behaviour modification (improving driving by reducing speed, agression, rapid deceleration…), vehicle health information (battery levels, engine status [check engine light], engine coolant temperature…) and various other variables.
What are telematics services?
Telematics provides various details and services to the vehicle owner, fleet manager and car manufacturers. It allows various solutions such as usage-based insurance (providing insurance based specifically on the individual’s risk versus their proxies), fleet tracking (knowing where each vehicle is located, how drivers are behaving, best routes to take, health of each vehicle), road-usage charging (charging taxes based on miles/kilometres driven versus gallons/litres of fuel purchased) and more
What does Telematics measure?
Depending on the solution, various variables can be gathered. Common elements include; speed, location, time of day, day of week, acceleration, deceleration and idle time. Other variables can include; engine status, battery health, engine coolant, azimuth (orientation), g-forces (used primarily for accident detection), vehicle identification number and more.