MiX Integrate is universally compatible. It is suitable for companies of any size, in any industry and works with any software application. Where there’s a need for telematics data, MiX Integrate can be used.
This solution is an intuitive connector that serves as the perfect go-between your applications and MiX-generated data. MiX Integrate extracts vehicle and driver data directly from the source (no middle men) and delivers that data straight to the programs and systems you’re already familiar with, reducing the learning curve required.
This is an API that requires less bandwidth and resources than SOAP-based platforms. You get more bang for your buck and less effort is required to maintain it. It permits a wide variety of data formats and is scalable.
Swagger uses a common language that is understandable to both developers and non-developers, making it very versatile. It allows for data to be shared internally and to automate processes.
This framework is an industry-standard protocol for authorisation, which helps to increase security. It serves as a way to authenticate and authorise the data that is made available via MiX Integrate before they are passed on to your applications.
The interface is modern and user-friendly. Clear, concise documentation on application set-up and how to get started is supplied along with sample code.
Telematics has changed how fleet managers and organizations manage their fleets of vehicles. The data you’re able to collect is invaluable. It helps in gaining insights into how your fleet operations are performing and how you can improve efficiency.
The core data points telematics solutions' devices can capture and transfer into the MiX platform for you to work with:
Fleet telematics uses Global Positioning System (GPS) data to pinpoint, follow, and track exactly where a vehicle has been.
A GPS and other electronic logging devices give you the ability to track a driver’s location without contacting them. You can reroute their journey, monitor their speed, and find a vehicle should it get stolen.
Onboard telematics technology can track every element of how a driver and vehicle is behaving.
This includes speeding, braking, idling, hours of service, fuel efficiency, and several other metrics. It gives you a clear picture of how someone treats their vehicle, and you can even assign your drivers a “score.”
Remote vehicle diagnostics can provide alerts on potential vehicle problems long before a driver would notice.
The data from the telematics systems will help you pinpoint where and what the issue is. Helping you potentially avoid a costly repair bill and enabling you to schedule the vehicle for an inspection.
Vehicle checks are an important part of a driver’s daily routine and help protect other road users' safety.
By utilizing remote telematics integration, drivers can instantly carry out their checks and report any defects or issues.
There is no more reliable witness than camera footage. If you install dashboard or cabin cameras using telematics, you can record, store, and view that footage at any time.
In the case of an accident, this footage could prove invaluable when proving who was at fault to your insurance company.
You can also get a street-level view of driver behavior at any time. The camera doesn’t lie. This is an essential tool for increasing safety and driver training for many organizations.
Some of the main benefits fleet managers and organization see from having all their telematics data in front of them are:
Reducing costs is always an important and ongoing process within organizations. There are several ways telematics data can help fleets costs.
Fleet compliance is an important part of operating a fleet of vehicles. You must operate lawfully and provide all the necessary paperwork to governing bodies. Stricter compliance means a safer fleet.
The combination of telematics data and a fleet management system like Mix Integrate makes compliance easy. Mix Integrate can automate a lot of the processes.
You can automatically collect, sort, and present any data you need to comply with fleet laws. As well as setting reminders, so you never miss a maintenance deadline or key date.
Most encouraging, with telematics integration, you will be able to track and measure the improvements you’re making within your fleet.
Communication always plays an integral part in improving processes. Historically, keeping in touch with drivers all over the country has been a challenge for large fleets.
Telematics bridged and simplified the communication process. Regarding direct communications, not only concerning sending notices to drivers, generating reports, and other communications.
Safety is the number one concern for all organizations managing a large fleet. The road traffic accident numbers are staggering. In 2018, motor vehicle accidents involving workers accounted for 24% of all work-related deaths.
The insights into driver behavior that telematics provides are invaluable in the mission to reduce work-related road accidents. You will be able to spot unsafe practices, such as speeding and erratic driving, in real-time and take action.
You can also use diagnostics information to perform “health checks.” Alerts can be set and be notified of any potential problems with vehicles.