Thesaurus / fleetly


There’s also an embedded modem paired with Ford Telematics or Ford Data Services that can help improve fleet operations.
The discount carrier, which was struggling even before the pandemic, was forced to ground virtually its entire fleet as well as furlough or outright eliminate 8,000 employees, representing 80% of its workforce.
China was the first place to ground the plane, and also has the world’s biggest 737 Max fleet.
As for the $1 billion Athleta brand, executives said it could double in three years and widely build on its 200-store fleet.
Supported in part by NASA contracts and expertise, SpaceX has emerged as space powerhouse with a growing fleet of rockets capable of placing satellites into orbit and hurling cars toward Mars.
CAFE was born during the oil crisis of 1978 and sets annual average miles per gallon standards that a manufacturer must meet for its entire fleet.
With its own fleet of trucks, ships and planes, the agency carries out emergency response missions and delivers food and assistance directly to victims of war, civil conflict, droughts, floods, crop failures and other natural disasters.
If you want to operate the existing fleet in a sustainable manner, eFuels are a fundamental component.
The vans will start rolling out next year, but Amazon’s electric fleet could change quickly if the company starts rolling out the other two Rivian designs it plans to launch.
Also, through what’s known as fleet learning, a human could teach one bot, and other networked machines would get the same lessons.


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