Mumbai, October 8, 2018
Setting a new benchmark in the connected vehicle technologies, Tata Motors becomes the first OEM to install 1 lakh advanced telematic systems on its medium & heavy commercial vehicles (MHCVs). Tata Motors, continuing on its century old tradition of setting new standards, of pioneering new technologies and being the undisputed leader in the commercial vehicles, was the first OEM to adopt this technology and integrate it into its offering in India, under the brand name of Tata Fleetman.
This milestone was celebrated in the presence of Sir John Peace, Chairman of ‘The Midlands Engine’; Andy Street, Mayor of West Midlands; Matthew Hague, Owner and Executive Director of Microlise; William Hopkinson, First Secretary (Investment) in the presence of and other dignitaries from the UK Delegation along with senior leadership of Tata Motors – Gunter Butschek (CEO & MD, Tata Motors), O P Bhatt (Independent Director, Board of Directors of Tata Motors) and Rajendra Petkar (CTO, Tata Motors).
Tata Motors launched the Tata Fleetman Telematics in India in response to a growing market needs for better fleet control and greater fleet utilisation. Tata Fleetman however, goes much beyond the basic location-based services that have now become commonplace. It generates a rich fleet insights, and goes on to collaborate with the customers to offer specific interventions towards improvement in the utilisation, performance and safety of the fleet. With over 1200 workshops, Tata Fleetman is gearing up for next level of fleet telematics with advanced trip/journey management features that cater to the complex requirements of sectors like e-commerce. Tata Fleetman enjoys the patronage of happy customers benefitting from the rich data that gets generated.