The first wave of technology was PCs, the second was the internet, and IoT is the third wave. In this third wave, all the industries have been changed upside down for good.
In this read, we’re going to disclose to you some of the most practical expert tips that you can use to increase the efficiency of using IoT in the transportation industry.
Implementation of better IoT integration
Have you ever logged into the Play store with a device and been told how the device was not optimized to run the application in it? if you didn’t know, this is the most recurring core issue of poorly performing IoT systems in transportation.
In fact, integration is one of the core infrastructural layers in well-designed IoT systems and it requires borderline perfect compatibility of IoT devices and the rest of the system throughout. Since this can only be resolved at the designing stage, you need to hire an experienced company to do it for you.
Having a clearer idea of the aspects to monitor
IoT devices can be installed in vehicles and outside the road for monitoring purposes. But the question is, what exactly are you going to monitor? For example, the speed, the maneuvering of the steering wheel, the weight the vehicle carries can be monitored within a vehicle.
But in deciding which aspects should be prioritized, the actuating action should be considered; simply told, what should be happening when which aspect reaches where? This again becomes a design concept requiring professional interference.
Educate the managers appropriately
IoT will eventually develop to the level of AI. Until that happens, there should be managers to actively participate in the IoT system that fulfills the part that IoT lacks in terms of AI. Hence, Smart city transport management skills are required for this.
In order to do that, the managers should be educated and acknowledged on what they should be looking out for. Whether it was regarding fleet management, vehicle schedule, or even interconnected vehicles, the managing professionals must know enough to act along with the IoT system.
Pay crucial attention to IoT device positioning
Positioning of IoT mostly comes into play when it comes to traffic management. In traffic management, the correlation between stationary IoT devices with moving IoT devices in vehicles should be established for the best results.
In addition to that, stationary IoT devices can be extremely helpful to monitor the environment as well. But if you didn’t position them strategically, you might need more units, and that’s not the way to boost effectiveness.
Design the system with steps
Let us assume that your IoT system in your fleet service is supposed to be tracking the fatigue level of the drivers. But there can be occasions when the heart rate increases or decreases due to unexpected incidents.
If the system wasn’t designed to act on steps, the vehicle just might stop, or perform a task that completely sabotages the situation. That’s why there always should be a fast and efficient system to confirm the status and act immediately.