How crucial is it in our industry, you ask? Well, it’s the backbone, the make-or-break moment that defines success. But here’s the kicker – it’s not just about the project; it’s about the people behind it.

Picture this: a telematics rollout, delayed for months due to a shortage of experienced engineers. When it finally wraps up, the data is off, costs have skyrocketed, and there’s even car damage. Unfortunately, this tale is all too familiar in our industry (at least on my side of the story), a consequence of the growing shortage of tech experts.

Now, think about incorrect installations. Beyond the financial toll, it compromises safety. Inaccurate data on vehicle performance and road conditions can lead to accidents and legal headaches. It’s not just about the project timeline; it’s about the potential risks to drivers and passengers.

In my journey through countless telematics projects, I’ve seen the ripple effects of untrained engineers. It’s more than just delayed projects; it’s about a company’s reputation, customer trust, and even the specter of bankruptcy if dissatisfaction peaks.

The article on Cango Mobility’s website hits home with these realities. It’s a call to action for telematics companies to prioritize installation training, ensuring that their products are handled by experienced hands.

And now, a personal question: Do we need an open platform for all telematics experts to access the same knowledge? Can collaborative spaces fuel innovation despite the shortage? Let’s explore these questions as we navigate the telematics terrain together. Check out the article, share your insights, and let’s keep this conversation rolling!

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