The development of telematics services and gadgets, rapid urbanization, and industrial expansion are paving the way for improved vehicle health monitoring and communication systems.
The use of telematics in electric vehicles is on the rise, which is increasing demand for telematics hardware and software. As a result, OEMs are being pressured to create telematics-equipped vehicles or to offer telematics devices in order to make them more user-friendly and to enhance the services offered globally.
The main players are attempting to make telematics systems for use in automobiles more commercially viable.
The potential for automobile telematics to improve driving habits, raise profitability for the auto insurance sector, and use-based insurance (UBI) to match insurance premiums with real requirements are all factors driving the worldwide market for telematics for electric vehicles.
The South Africa EV Telematics Market accounted for $XX Billion in 2021 and is anticipated to reach $XX Billion by 2026, registering a CAGR of XX% from 2022 to 2027.
In order to assist its clients in deciding which EVs are best for their fleet, Geotab provides an EV Suitability Assessment. Interest in electric cars (EVs) is beginning to grow in South Africa.
In order to learn which cars may satisfy the customers’ range needs and would be successful, they compare their current fleet telemetry data to actual EV performance data.
Additionally, Geotab offers an exclusive telemetry solution for electric vehicles thanks to its acquisition of FleetCarma. Award-winning information and technology provider FleetCarma offers services to coordinate and quicken the switch to electric cars.
The solutions provided allow users to check their driving habits, power usage, and battery charge status, find and reserve charging stations and plan the best routes to maximise their EV’s range.
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