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The essence of telematics systems providing in transport

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Telematics should be understood as all information, telecommunications and IT solutions that have been used to improve the activities of specific sectors. Telematics is distinguished by so-called transport telematics. Every year, the number of telematics solutions for trucks increases. Therefore, this topic has become quite significant in recent times. The task of telematics systems is to collect and handle those messages that have been achieved during transport. Some telematics solutions provided by enterprises include devices monitoring the transport process and measuring devices, GPS as well as on-board computers. The reduction of freight transport costs through the minimization of individual expenses is considered to be the main purpose of using telematic devices. The use of such solutions makes it possible to verify transport to a much greater extent.
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  • Faculty of Management, Czestochowa University of Technology, 69 Dabrowskiego Str., 42-200 Czestochowa, Poland
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