1TomTom Bridge Connected Uses Navigation, Android Apps to Manage Fleets
2The TomTom Bridge Connected In-Vehicle Tablet
3Integrated 3G, WiFi, Bluetooth, NFC Connectivity
TomTom Bridge Connected also includes a microSD card slot for expanded storage, as well as Bluetooth 4.0, WiFi, 3G and near-field communications (NFC) connectivity options. The device, which supports GSM networks such as AT&T and T-Mobile, uses a rechargeable and removable battery and features a 5-megapixel camera and built-in flashlight.
4Build Customized Apps for Your Fleet Requirements
5Built-In Navigation for Deliveries
TomTom Bridge Connected includes TomTom’s navigational tools, along with regular updates through lifetime TomTom Traffic and maps updates to ensure that drivers have the latest information for deliveries. Users can pinch, zoom and swipe on the touch screen to get additional delivery details through the maps. The devices come preinstalled with maps of the U.S., Canada and Mexico.
6Taxi Companies Gain Fleet Insights With TomTom Bridge Connected
Taxi fleets that use the device can get information about where their cabs are at all times, in real time, as well as improved directions to pick up fares at all times. Fare meters can be connected to the TomTom device, and passengers can receive fare receipts via email using multiple connectivity options.
7TomTom Bridge Connected for Rental Car Agencies
TomTom Bridge Connected can also be used by rental car businesses to create new services and differentiated services for customers, including the ability to report damage to a rental vehicle by taking a photo and reporting it wirelessly rather than having to immediately return the vehicle to the rental agency. Renters can also have their rental cars picked up by notifying the rental agency via taps on the screen.
8Make Deliveries Easier With TomTom Bridge Connected
Delivery drivers can use the device to collect customer signatures for deliveries while companies can integrate QR code scanners, barcode scanners, digital signature tools and more to collect a wide variety of transactional data that can drive businesses to new efficiencies. The device can also monitor fuel consumption and driving behavior of fleet drivers.