- Logistics & Distribution
The Infosys Logistics practice offers fleet management solutions spanning the purchase to retirement cycle. Our solutions support assets such as trailers, trucks, rail cars, and autonomous loading units / vehicles. Our fleet telematics systems rationalize the total cost of ownership while ensuring compliance with environment, health and safety regulations. A cloud framework provides a scalable infrastructure to manage data from electronic logging systems, vehicle sensors and communication devices.
Real-time monitoring of vehicles, driver behavior, load, and traffic streamlines logistics while boosting asset utilization. Our preventive asset management solutions predict component failure and broadcast timely alerts as well as insights into maintenance issues. It enables fleet operators to prioritize Maintenance, Repair and Overhaul (MRO) activities.
Infosys smart fleet solutions combine automation, artificial intelligence and analytics for improving performance, utilization as well as profitability. Our demand forecasting and route / capacity planning tools address market dynamics by identifying new business opportunities, right sizing the fleet, and reassigning the fleet across segments. Significantly, it helps optimize freight charges and make informed procurement decisions to replace aging vehicles. Our learning modules train drivers, thereby ensuring fuel economy and reducing insurance liabilities.
An automated, self-learning, cloud-based digital freight platform connects customers and carriers, and provides shippers with secure access to carrier capacity and freight movement.
Internet of Things (IoT) solutions capture vehicle diagnostic parameters to mitigate risks by undertaking trends analysis of asset usage, wear-and-tear and fuel consumption.
What-if analyses optimize the network structure, fleet composition, routes, deployment on routes / segments, and staff strength.
Expertise in real-time precision tracking technologies, including Radio Frequency Identification (RFID), Ultra-wideband (UWB), WiFi, Global Positioning Systems (GPS), and Bluetooth Low Energy (BLE).