MiCE also known as Miniture CRUMBS Essence. It is a smaller version of the full vehicle telematics system, CRUMBS, doing mapping on the road for holes and broken infrastructure while doing standard tracking and driving analysis. The device is installed in buses to track the location and driving behaviour. These information are analysed on the cloud, allowing the management department to manage drivers and vehicles.
The benefits of using the system on large vehicle fleet management such as busses, car or motorcycle rentals, is that 1) it provides timing and schedules for public transport like busses, 2) staff driving public transport can get their driving schedule sorted out without clashes, 3) administration can check the eligibility of the logging of vehicle maintenance, and 4) reduction in the public transport vehicles being misused amongst the staff.
MiCE is like a spin-off of the original CRUMBS, allowing GPS tracking, driving behavorial tracking and road condition analysis for a fleet of vehicles. This can mostly be applied on a wider group of vehicles that require scheduling and management.
Vehicle Fleet Monitoring System
Engineers on site working on the project
Installing the telematics system into the vehicle
Finalising MiCE telematics system
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By tracking the movement of the vehicle fleet, the administration can monitor the movements of their staff. This allows many possibilities such as rewards system and holding people accountable for certain cases.
Long distance transfer of data from the vehicle to the servers allow receiving and transmission of big data while the device in the vehicle is anywhere on the road.
The system collects data such as road conditions, allowing the administration to take action on information collected for staff behavorial analysis, road conditions and transport schedule.