What is FMS ( Fleet Management Standard ) data?

One of the main principles of telematics is to read primary vehicle information remotely such as its location, which will lead to monitoring and analyzing the data.  To do this, the best way to access important vehicle data is to interact with central computer or vehicle sensor data.

If fleet management and vehicle tracking devices are able to interact with the car’s central computer or its information network in the context of this protocol, instant access to the mass amount of vehicle parameters and basic data can be provided from this data. Use centralized software to generate events or send data.

In 2002, major worldwide car manufacturers, including Daimler AG, MAN AG, Scania, Volvo (Including Renault), DAF Trucks, IVECO, etc., decided to design a common protocol for the internal automotive sensors network and ECUs furthermore Exterior systems, including fleet management and vehicle tracking terminals, resulted a comprehensive protocol that is nowadays used in most heavy and semi-heavy vehicles around the world in order to interact with sensor network and in-vehicle computers like J1939 and Telematics and fleet management systems (FMS).

What is implemented in an advanced Dolphin Device is the ability to read most of the parameters of the J1939 protocol as well as all of the FMS parameters. These parameters are briefly retrieved and sent to each server in the forms of packet data. It is also possible to define different events and scenarios based on the changes of each parameter. The advanced Dolphin device also combines some of these parameters with the vehicle’s location data and vehicle status to create useful information to calculate performance, driver behavior, and so on.

Parameters Provided by FMS

  • Engine Coolant Temperature

  • Total Fuel Consumption

  • RPM

  • Engine Load Pressure Percentage

  • Total Engine on Duration

  • Fuel Tank Level

  • Instant Fuel Injection

  • Average Fuel Consumption Over Time & Distance

  • Vehicle Identification Number

  • Bug Diagnosis Error Status Lights

  • Brake , Accelerate & Clutch Pedal Position

  • Oil Pressure Level & Temperature

  • Total Mileage

  • Wheels & Tachograph Speed Information

  • Axles & Trailers Weight

  • PTO ( Status/Mode )

The Above Parameters are Combined & Sent by FMS Standard

To maximize efficiency, by combining some of the above data, the FMS standard provides managers and drivers more complete and comprehensive information.

Engine Speed ​​+ Engine Coolant TemperatureCombining these two data together provide high engine speed with low engine temperature
Car Speed ​​+ Gas Pedal StatusProvides managers information about coasting
Car Speed ​​+ Brake Pedal Status ChangeAlerts users of the speed limit on highways and places where higher speeds are allowed
Axle weight + MileageProvides more information about load weight in different geographical locations for users
Mileage + Brake StatusDisplays information about the brake line

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FMS Standard Data & GPS Data Combination

Adding another source of data, GPS tracking data, provides comprehensive information for users to make optimal decisions

RPM + Virtual Trigger

Shows the Possibility of measuring Violated Trigger

Geolocation + PTO Status

Displays the duration of the PTO used in a specific geographic location

Time + Mileage

Displays traveled distance in different time zones as well as the specified time interval

Geographic Range + Mileage

Displays urban, non-urban mileage as well as geographic range

Car Status (On) + Car Speed

Displays the amount of in-service functionality
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Dolphin Solutions

♦ If the car is connected to a system with FMS standard output, the Dolphin hardware control unit can easily connect to the two-way interface and receive all vehicle and tachograph data and data.

♦ Due to the necessity of this standard, unfortunately many car fleet manufacturers still consider this standard a special option. Only the DAF brand has added it to all its fleets.

♦ In cases where standard output access is not available, the standard FMS interface is used. A small device that converts all CAN-bus information to FMS standards. This standard and interface will be applicable to all fleets produced from year 4.

What is FMS (Fleet Management Standard) data?

One of the main principles of telematics is to read primary vehicle information remotely such as its location, which will lead to monitoring and analyzing the data. To do this, the best way to access important vehicle data is to interact with central computer or vehicle sensor data.
If fleet management and vehicle tracking devices are able to interact with the car’s central computer or its information network in the context of this protocol, instant access to the mass amount of vehicle parameters and basic data can be provided from this data. Use centralized software to generate events or send data.
In 2002, major worldwide car manufacturers, including Daimler AG, MAN AG, Scania, Volvo (Including Renault), DAF Trucks, IVECO, etc., decided to design a common protocol for the internal automotive sensors network and ECUs furthermore Exterior systems, including fleet management and vehicle tracking terminals, resulted a comprehensive protocol that is nowadays used in most heavy and semi-heavy vehicles around the world in order to interact with sensor network and in-vehicle computers like J1939 and Telematics and fleet management systems (FMS).
What is implemented in an advanced Dolphin Device is the ability to read most of the parameters of the J1939 protocol as well as all of the FMS parameters. These parameters are briefly retrieved and sent to each server in the forms of packet data. It is also possible to define different events and scenarios based on the changes of each parameter. The advanced Dolphin device also combines some of these parameters with the vehicle’s location data and vehicle status to create useful information to calculate performance, driver behavior, and so on.

Parameters Provided by FMS

Engine Coolant Temperature

Total Fuel Consumption

RPM

Engine Load Pressure Percentage

Total Engine on Duration

Fuel Tank Level

Instant Fuel Injection

Average Fuel Consumption Over Time & Distance

Vehicle Identification Number

Bug Diagnosis Error Status Lights

Brake , Accelerate & Clutch Pedal Position

Oil Pressure Level & Temperature

Total Mileage

Wheels & Tachograph Speed Information

Axles & Trailers Weight

PTO ( Status/Mode )

The Above Parameters are Combined & Sent by FMS Standard

To maximize efficiency, by combining some of the above data, the FMS standard provides managers and drivers more complete and comprehensive information.

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Engine Speed ​​+ Engine Coolant TemperatureCombining these two data together provide high engine speed with low engine temperature
Car Speed ​​+ Gas Pedal StatusProvides managers information about coasting
Car Speed ​​+ Brake Pedal Status ChangeAlerts users of the speed limit on highways and places where higher speeds are allowed
Axle weight + MileageProvides more information about load weight in different geographical locations for users
Mileage + Brake StatusDisplays information about the brake line

FMS Standard Data & GPS Data Combination

Adding another source of data, GPS tracking data, provides comprehensive information for users to make optimal decisions

Car Status (On) + Car Speed

Displays the amount of in-service functionality

Geographic Range + Mileage

Displays urban, non-urban mileage as well as geographic range

Time + Mileage

Displays traveled distance in different time zones as well as the specified time interval

Geolocation + PTO Status

Displays the duration of the PTO used in a specific geographic location

RPM + Virtual Trigger

Shows the Possibility of measuring Violated Trigger
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Dolphin Solutions

♦ If the car is connected to a system with FMS standard output, the Dolphin hardware control unit can easily connect to the two-way interface and receive all vehicle and tachograph data and data.

♦Due to the necessity of this standard, unfortunately many car fleet manufacturers still consider this standard a special option. Only the DAF brand has added it to all its fleets.

♦In cases where standard output access is not available, the standard FMS interface is used. A small device that converts all CAN-bus information to FMS standards. This standard and interface will be applicable to all fleets produced from year 4.