We have listed some of the most popular data items powering these use cases.
Spanning a wide range of data points, usage data evaluate acceleration, average fuel consumption, speed, previous trip data, weekly distances, braking and current fuel consumption.
With electric vehicles, usage data calculates an eco score, distance of the last trip, consumption rate, energy recuperation, battery level, electric-only modes and how safe a car is driven.
Diving deeper still, it also captures driving style, driving mode activation, trip dates, trip meters and recuperation power.
As EVs become mainstream, a lot more statistics become available for battery and efficiency. Fleet managers can assess cost savings against a fossil-fuelled vehicle to show company directors how much charging an EV costs and their efficiency over certain journeys.
All of this is bespoke to a company that operates a fleet. With real usage data, records can be kept to work out journey data on different days and how varying fuel prices affect journey costs. Plus, drivers can receive usage data to see how much battery percentage they have, how much energy they used during a trip and the regenerative braking ability during their drive.