Today, topics such as data protection, data reliability and profit margins play an important role in the telematics and transport sectors. Did you know that Squarell meets this need by offering solutions that focus on reliable vehicle data, advanced functionality and brand-independent compatibility?

Continue reading below to learn more about the major differences between Squarell FMS and FMS-Standard used by the vehicle manufacturers.

Truck and trailers in a fleet

Squarell FMS


Squarell’s advanced vehicle data interfaces are compliant with the FMS-Standard, using non-intrusive technology to collect data. The FMS-Standard must be activated by the manufacturer. Additional costs may be charged.
Squarell FMS has significantly more functionality: the wide range of parameters exceeds the FMS-Standard parameters. FMS-Standard parameters only.
It is possible to provide tailor-made data solutions, as requested by your customer or partner. Tailored vehicle parameters are not available.
Obtain data in universal standards including SAE J1939, FMS-Standard CAN or RS-232 messages. Outputs FMS-Standard CAN messages only.
Vehicle signals are extracted directly from the CAN bus, ensuring pure and reliable vehicle data. Vehicle data has to pass through the FMS gateway first.
Because the data remains in your own fleet management solution, data protection is guaranteed. If you are using Remote FMS (rFMS), you will need to transfer your data through a third party cloud server.
Compatible with all major vehicle brands: trucks, buses, vans, cars (basically all vehicles equipped with CAN bus). Only support for trucks and buses equipped with FMS-Standard.
Vehicle data is comparable between all types of brands and models in a fleet. Comparing data from different vehicles requires data conversions.
Retrofit vehicles with FMS-Standard, including all of Squarell’s benefits. Not possible.

We offer you advanced solutions with excellent value for money, our hardware is also expandable and reusable.

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