Escalating Demand for Fleet Safety & Data Management to Drive IoT Fleet Management Market Growth

MILIND | May 17, 2019

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Favorable government legislation to promote the growth of effective vehicle connectivity technologies and intelligent transport systems are likely to create a profitable roadmap for IoT Fleet Management Market. In addition to this, escalating focus on energy conservation, low fuel emissions, and risk-free operations are expected to boost the popularity of IoT Fleet Management across the globe. Fleet management is a function that helps companies involved in the transportation business to minimize or remove the risk associated with productivity, improves efficiency, vehicle investment, and also provides compliance with government legislation. Fleet management also helps to reduce the cost associated with transportation by optimizing cost and efficiency in fleet operations.

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QuarkSe Holdings Limited

QuarkSe is building a global data network; generates and monetises information with an ecosystem to connect devices and wearables, collect data and to extract intelligence (using an unique platform) to be applied by key stakeholders. QuarkSe is an IoT technology and service provider based in London with presence in South America and MENA. The Company provides complete eSIM solution to allow mobile operators and MVNOs to connect new devices while reducing operational costs. QuarkSe supports device makers and end users to get the best experience with mobile connectivity.

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