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Telematics firm, TRACKER, is calling on fleets to test a new device which will estimate the real-time NOx and CO2 emissions of vehicles.
The trial of Air.Car, a solution to estimate accurately real-time NOx emissions and help fleet managers drive down these emissions, will take place over the course of six months.
TRACKER will install telematics units to vehicles’ OBD and offer a short training course for fleet managers to maximise the benefits of the data they will receive.
Emissions data streams combined with the vehicle’s location will inform drivers and fleet owners of the real environmental impact of individual vehicles.
This data will give fleet managers the data and tools to improve driver behaviour resulting in lower operational costs and environmental impact.
The Air.Car trial starts in December and commercial fleets which take part are expected to benefit from improved fleet efficiency and the full suite of TRACKER’s telematics offering.