Teletrac Navman has launched a new survey for fleet managers that aims to highlight the prevailing trends that are impacting fleet operations and how they are planning to tackle them in 2024.
The survey is open to industry decision makers in Australia as well as the United Kingdom, United States, New Zealand and Mexico.
As well as operational challenges, the survey will explore the implementation of artificial intelligence (AI) into everyday life, as well as decision makers’ feelings about widespread issues like the ongoing driver shortage.
“We are proud to be able to carry out research of this size as it is our mission to make fleet professionals lives’ easier – whether they’re struggling most with safety, sustainability or streamlining, their opinions and feelings are of utmost importance for us to be able to do what we do best and offer the right solutions to the market,” said Carlos Caponera, chief marketing officer at Teletrac Navman.
“We encourage everyone to fill in our TS24survey, from fleets with a small number of assets like vans to large-scale enterprise operations. This is an important opportunity for businesses to be heard – so that both solution providers like us and the government can take their views into consideration when planning ahead.”
Last year’s survey results were based on feedback from over 1800 fleet professionals and covered macro-economic challenges, planned investments and how telematics users are using the technology.
The data, which was collated at the end of 2022, consisted of responses from fleet managers that use telematics, and those that were yet to begin their telematics journey.
The short survey can be found here.