When it comes to the automotive industry, telematics is the latest buzz word we all know about. This technology can be used for monitoring and managing your mobile assets and fleet operations with GPS technology and onboard diagnostics while producing a bulk of fast-moving stream of data that did not even exist a few years ago.
What is data normalization?
The process of filtering and standardizing the data is known as data normalization and is of significant importance for the fleet management industry. Without normalizing the data, accessing the fleet information would be much complicated and time-consuming. According to the one estimate by Hitachi, there will be 116 million connected cars in the U.S by 2025 with the capability of uploading 25 gigabytes of data per connected vehicle to the cloud per hour. The calculation indicates it will be 219 terabytes each year and around 25 billion terabytes of total connected car data each year. It’s a tsunami of data that needs to be filtered to be benefited from.
Every auto manufacturer has its own set of codes, data formatting, and order of data for every model. We at Eagle-I acts as a data language library and translator for the fleet industry by providing the data access to the fleet industry for almost every manufacturer and every model of vehicle. However keeping this simple for our clients, this whole process of data normalization is done in the background while our clients can access all their fleet vehicles at a single click on our dashboard without confining themselves to apply different rules for different protocol languages.
With the data normalization at the Eagle-I platform, one can easily compare the performance of their vehicle directly. Moreover, fleet managers can make a single rule or create a single alert for all idling or over speeding for all the fleet assets, which would not be possible without data normalization.
Although data normalization is not a highly visible process, it plays a significant role in helping fleets achieve their goals for increasing driver safety and improving efficiency, sustainability, and profitability.
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