One Step GPS teams up with CerebrumX to boost fleet monitoring capabilities

One Step GPS teams up with CerebrumX to boost fleet monitoring capabilities

CerebrumX Labs Inc, an AI-driven automotive data platform company, partners with One Step GPS, a provider of GPS tracking solutions for fleets.

CerebrumX and One Step GPS collaborate to provide a sophisticated solution for fleet management.

CerebrumX Labs Inc, an AI-driven automotive data platform company and One Step GPS, a provider of GPS tracking solutions for fleets, have joined forces to offer a sophisticated fleet management solution.

The companies’ AI-driven Augmented Deep Learning Platform (ADLP) and fleet monitoring tools offer real-time vehicle tracking, driver monitoring, quick vehicle dispatching, fuel cost monitoring, vehicle service reminders and custom reporting, the companies say.

According to the companies, the new partnership provides fleet operations with higher quality data, improved accuracy, reduced downtime and eliminated data transmission risk. The companies note that this leads to greater operational efficiency and customer satisfaction through intelligent fleet management insights.

Sandip Ranjhan, the CEO at CerebrumX, says: “By combining the power of our AI-powered platform with One Step GPS, we are creating a solution that enhances the experience along with optimizing the operational cost of fleets.”

CerebrumX says it offers real-time monitoring, route optimization, detailed driver insights, geofence alerts and EV charging optimization for an efficient tracking solution. Meanwhile, One Step GPS offers fleet tracking devices with plug-in installation, real-time monitoring and text/email alerts. The company also notes that fleet managers can track their vehicles, monitor driver behavior and stay updated within a single platform.

According to One Step GPS CEO Adam Ben Jacob, the CerebrumX and One Step GPS partnership aims to provide fleet professionals with increased visibility and tackle issues such as driver safety, operational costs and asset security.

Last year, CerebrumX received an investment from the Blackberry IVY Innovation Fund to expand its automotive platform. The platform utilizes data-driven insights to assist carmakers in developing new in-vehicle applications. By combining their platforms, CerebrumX and Blackberry IVY will create embedded car sensors, collecting data from the environment for processing through edge computing systems.

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