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R: Pedro Nunes
Building D

Website: www.stratioautomotive.com

Sector: Automotive

Stratio developed an innovative technology for fleet management and maintenance. Based on Artificial Intelligence (AI) algorithms, Stratio’s solution predicts vehicle failures even before they happen, allowing a more efficient fleet operation. Stratio’s hardware connects to the diagnostic port of vehicles, collecting more than 200 000 data points per day, per vehicle. Complex proprietary AI algorithms analyses the received data behind human capabilities and taking into consideration historical data, detecting correlations between them, allowing to predict malfunctions or failures even before they happen.

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Stratio’s solution allows fleet managers to act before vehicles break down on the road, optimising fleet usage and maintenance schedules. This concept, Predictive Maintenance, allows a new approach to fleet management, optimising mechanical interventions, minimising the probability of vehicle break down on the road, and presenting an innovative approach to eco-driving, where fleet managers can optimise the operation behind the human factor. Also, granting more reliability on vehicle components and optimising mechanical parts will take a significant impact on CO2 emissions and reduction of fuel consumption.

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