Derive Systems, an automotive technology company serving the fleet industry, will be hosting an on-site vehicle demonstration of its active telematics fleet solutions at this year’s Fleet Forward Conference in San Francisco on Oct. 9.
Derive’s solutions leverage existing vehicle intelligence alongside third party software, data, and sensors to customize how fleet vehicles perform, fitting the performance specifically to unique requirements, preferences, and conditions. Such capability provides those in fleet management and operations with tangible results and the ability to shift the responsibility of fleet performance from the driver to the vehicle.
Contrary to existing telematics solutions, the Derive VQ platform actively upgrades the settings of fleet vehicles in order to pre-emptively create safer, more efficient fleet operations. By connecting into workforce management systems, Derive’s solution extends these vehicle upgrades into management insights and improved productivity.
“Today, national brands in various industries and fleets of all sizes rely on Derive to optimize and improve vehicle performance, fuel efficiency, safety and more” said Derive Systems Chief Technology Officer Marco Della Torre. “We are looking forward to this year’s inaugural conference and are eager to take on an active role with our vehicle demonstrations.”
In addition to in-person vehicle demonstrations, attendees of the Fleet Forward Conference will hear directly from Torre on Oct. 10, during the scheduled conference TEK Talk – A Roadmap for Advanced Fleet Safety.
The Fleet Forward Conference, dedicated to mobility solutions for fleets, convenes Oct. 8-10 at The Pearl in San Francisco.