DAYTON, Ohio, Sept. 17 /PRNewswire/ -- To help over-the-road freight carriers eliminate blind spots in their operations and drive better fleet productivity and performance, Asset Intelligence has based its new enterprise analytics service on a Teradata Data Warehouse Appliance platform, Teradata Corporation (NYSE: TDC) announced today.
"Every day, VeriWise fleet management systems collect and deliver thousands of messages for our transportation customers," said Raju Kakarlapudi, chief information officer of I.D. Systems. "With the addition of a data warehouse powered by the Teradata Data Warehouse Appliance platform, we can deliver a faster, more intelligent analysis of data, enabling our customers to react more quickly to real-time developments in the status and condition of their assets."Asset Intelligence (AI), a division of I.D. Systems, Inc. (Nasdaq: IDSY), delivers telemetric-based solutions for tracking and managing fleets of trailers and containers through its VeriWise ™ system. Using satellite and cellular communications and web technologies, VeriWise provides actionable information to optimize fleet utilization and maintenance, ensure freight condition and security, and reduce fuel consumption and other operating costs for shippers and carriers. "Adding advanced analytics to the equation dramatically increases the value of the transportation solutions Asset Intelligence offers its customers and this richer, actionable information will help it realize a competitive advantage," said Teradata Corporation Vice President Ted Senemar. "Our Teradata Platform Family is bringing the power of Teradata to companies of all sizes at a compelling price point." About Asset Intelligence Asset Intelligence combines web-based software technologies with satellite and cellular communications to deliver reliable, data-driven telematics solutions for supply chain asset management. These solutions help secure and optimize the performance of trailers, railcars, containers, and the freight they carry, enabling shippers and carriers alike to maximize security and efficiency throughout their supply chains.