If you could automate time consuming and error prone manual data entry processes, you could reduce your costs and significantly improve the quality of your information. Additional cost savings may be achieved through lower insurance premiums when an Fleet management device is used for vehicle recovery. So for this you could really use an Enterprise Application that has a validated integration with JD Edwards EnterpriseOne 9.2, right? – In other words, a solution that transmits real time vehicle information via cellular networks to provide secure and reliable data integrations into the customer’s instance of Oracle’s JD Edwards EnterpriseOne. Have a look at this solution – which is at the Forefront of the Internet of Things Revolution – and have customers gain valuable fleet management insight through enhanced data availability and accuracy.
How it works
It’s a user-friendly solution to manage and track fleets of vehicles and construction equipment. A small plug-in device installed in the customer’s vehicles automatically transmits data to our servers over cellular networks. For typical automobile and light truck fleets, a small OBD2 plug-in device can be used. For heavy construction equipment, a more rugged J1939 device is available.
The Fleet Management Solution provides customers with real time, automated vehicle and driver compliance data. Although there is a plethora of vehicle data available, the most common integration points are:
- Meter readings (odometer, engine hours, and fuel usage)
- Speed monitoring (using condition-based warning/alerts)
- Vehicle location
In addition, an integrated calendar enables managers to quickly obtain a visual overview of all scheduled work orders across the enterprise. Managers can quickly and easily revise schedule dates and times on work orders by leveraging drag and drop functionality to update JD Edwards EnterpriseOne.
JD Edwards Integration
All JD Edwards EnterpriseOne data is updated using the JD Edwards EnterpriseOne IoT Orchestrator. JD Edwards EnterpriseOne IoT Orchestrator works in conjunction with an Application Integration Services (AIS) server, which sends data to JD Edwards EnterpriseOne using the REST service protocol.
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