This proposal discusses the various software functionalities of the original Tomtom Link 410 GPS tracking device and the required installation of additional devices for full fleet management. The advantages of implementing an improved “all-in-one” Tomtom Link 410 GPS tracking device are explained in the proposal. The improved device functions just like the original Tomtom Link 410, with fewer hardware components and integrated management of fuel usage and carbon emissions through the WEBFLEET application. These features offer benefits, such as easier installation and overall reduction in operating costs for fleet companies.
Potential challenges in the implementation of the improved device are identified in the evaluation of the product, along with the appropriate measures taken to address them. Secondary research demonstrates the importance of cost savings due to the rising fuel prices and carbon emissions surcharges under the Carbon Emissions-Based Vehicle Scheme (CEVS). In conclusion, the various improvements of the proposed “all-in-one” Tomtom Link 410 GPS tracking device will allow fleet companies to optimize their fleet’s efficiency and reduce operating costs in the long run.