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Dr inż. Dariusz Masłowski
ORCID: 0000-0002-3964-540X
Between 2010 and 2019 he studied Logistics and Management and Production Engineering at the Opole University of Technology. Since 2016 he has been employed at the Faculty of Production Engineering and Logistics at the Opole University of Technology in a scientific and didactic position. In addition to working with the academic community, he works as a teacher of professional logistics subjects at the Opole Province. He has about 40 publications in national and international magazines. His
DOI: 10.33226/1231-2037.2020.6.5

Telematics solutions allow to improve financial results and significantly increase the efficiency of transport companies. These benefits come from many factors, such as improving driving safety, monitoring the driver's route or reducing fuel costs. Thanks to the variety of telematics devices, companies can choose from a wide range of solutions tailored to their needs. Unfortunately, in many transport companies the knowledge of telematics is very low, which in turn translates into unfavorable financial results. The aim of the article is to show the impact of telematics solutions on the improvement of financial results of enterprises. In addition, it is to verify the knowledge of transport company employees about telematics tools and propose specific actions that transport companies should take to ensure proper functioning of the transport system. To verify the objective, the following research tools were used: comparisons, generalizations and a survey conducted among the employees of transport companies. In addition, direct interviews were conducted with the transport company management.

Keywords: transport; telematics; transport costs; efficiency; road safety

Between 2010 and 2019 he studied Logistics and Management and Production Engineering at the Opole University of Technology. Since 2016 he has been employed at the Faculty of Production Engineering and Logistics at the Opole University of Technology in a scientific and didactic position. In addition to working with the academic community, he works as a teacher of professional logistics subjects at the Opole Province. He has about 40 publications in national and international magazines. His research scope includes mainly: city logistics, Smart City, telematics, transport optimization and management.