July 20, 2024

Mobilevalley – Moving with the times

Over the past 20 years Mobilevalley & Fleet-Eye have been providing a one-stop shop to customers, offering a wide range of telematics, HGV CCTV, Construction Asset tracking and vehicle lighting solutions across the UK. In the process they’ve both become market leaders in the commercial vehicle sectors. This high standing has been achieved thanks to an ability to continually move with the times and meet the latest market demands.

“We’ve always kept an eye on emerging developments and new products driving the industry,” explains Troy Smith, Managing Director. “Currently the most significant technologies are AI and Radar & Progressive Safety Systems, along with driver behaviour monitoring, especially with the new DVS2024 upgrade for TFL in London.”

Fleet-Eye provides asset tracking to all major UK Infrastructure companies, as well as the construction industry, and is platform agnostic, which allows the tracking data to be shared to any platform through API integration. “Allianz estimates that the construction loses £800m annually from theft from construction sites,” adds Mr Smith. “This really underlines the importance of anti-theft technology and tracking devices.”

Helping it stay at the forefront of the marketplace, Mobilevalley has forged a strong relationship with Durite, which has provided smart integration products for cameras. These give the ability to have both systems viewable on the same platform.

For its part, Mobilevalley has continued to invest in its capabilities, having recently opened its new Midlands Telematics Centre in Corby. The 3,500 sq ft centre provides all its services under one roof, helping make life much easier for its clients, thanks to the speed and efficiency that the new facility can offer.

Supporting its activities are 18 office-based staff, supplemented by around 40 engineers in the field, operating all over the UK. “The investment we have made has brought improvements across the company. We’re all about continually moving forward and expanding the quality of our service offering, which will in turn enable us to keep growing our customer base.”

Given this approach it’s easy to see why Mobilevalley has chalked up 20 years of operation since its establishment in 2004, although plans to celebrate are currently still in the process of being put together due to its success. “We hope to put on an open day but we’re very busy at the moment, which is a good sign,” says Mr Smith. “We will arrange something, as it’s only right that we all come together as a company to mark the success we’ve achieved collectively. In the meantime, we’re all focused on keeping the momentum going and building on the progress we’ve made so far.”

With the move to its new facility, Mobilevalley, as well as Fleet-Eye, both look well set to continue on an growth upward curve in the months and years ahead.