Pierre Sirolli, Chief Project Manager, Connected Trucks, Renault Trucks, on how Renault is integrating telematics into its core business
In this video from Telematics Munich 2012, Pierre Sirolli, Chief Project Manager, Connected Trucks, Renault Trucks, discusses how telematics is helping Renault help its fleet customers reduce fuel costs and improve driving behavior.
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