Fleet telematics is booming, but as evolving Advanced Driver Assistance Systems (ADAS) accelerate the move towards road trains and intermodal routing, the fleet telematics landscape will change un-recognizably. Telematics macro trends will lead to updates for fleet management systems as V2V technologies, autonomous vehicles and services to increase vehicle utilization increase operational efficiency and mitigate down time due to servicing. Telematics needs to move beyond fleet management point solutions and integrate to the broader enterprise fabric to enable end to end logistics and supply chain visibility for inventory whether it is in a warehouse, on a production line or in-transit. The need for agile and flexible supply chains that empower the business to meet rapidly evolving requirements is a critical focal point for IT. Rigid silo’d telematics, ERP and legacy reporting systems may be ill equipped to deal with the changing regulatory environment, emerging competitive threats and higher business and customer expectations. Learn about enterprise architecture strategies for designing connected systems that integrate physical and digital supply chains with your transportation and logistics system that enable innovative business models while mitigating risk and managing security and increasing your capacity to meet customer changing SLA requirements.