A vehicle tracking system combines the use of automatic vehicle location in individual vehicles with software that collects these fleet data for a comprehensive picture of vehicle locations. Modern vehicle tracking systems commonly use GPS or GLONASS technology for locating the vehicle, but other types of automatic vehicle location technology can also be used.
GPS tracking devices send special satellite signals that are processed by a receiver. These GPS receivers track the exact location of the GPS device as well as compute their time and the velocity they are traveling. These positions can also be computed and represented in three-dimensional views using four types of GPS satellite signals.
Our Vehicle Tracking and Fleet Tracking Solutions deliver the Real-Time location of every vehicle in your fleet. This allows you to adapt quickly to new developments and make smart and informed decisions.
Highly developed fleet management and vehicle telematics systems collect a full range of data in real-time and for transport and fleet managers. By combining received data from the vehicle tracking system and the on-board computer, it is possible to form a profile for any given driver (average speed, frequency of detours, breaks, severity of manoeuvres, choice of gears, etc.).
This data can be used to highlight drivers with dangerous habits and to suggest remedial training applicable to the issues, or to ensure that drivers are meeting KPIs. Fleet management apps have shown to reduce driving incidents.
The vehicle tracking system tells you which employee is closest to any new assignment, also, giving you instant access to important vehicle information and driving behavior information such as Speed, Mileage and Fuel consumption.
A geofence is a virtual perimeter for a real-world geographic area. A geofence could be dynamically generated (as in a radius around a point location) or match a predefined set of boundaries (such as school zones or neighborhood boundaries).
The use of a geofence is called geofencing, and one example of use involves a location-aware device of a location-based service (LBS) user entering or exiting a geofence. This activity could trigger an alert to the device's user as well as messaging to the geofence operator. This info, which could contain the location of the device, could be sent to a mobile telephone or an email account.
Real-time analytics of all your vehicles location
Can generate reports for high-level details to view fleet performance over a given period of time
24Hr support for any troubleshooting needs
Offers a mobile interface that works with the types of devices you use for your business
Real-Time data on the movement of your vehicles
Less fuel consumption through monitoring and measuring the driver's use of fuel
Geo-fencing i.e alerts when a vehicle is entering or leaving a specific area at any time
Increases vehicle security
Ability to request the latest status of the vehicle and receive the entire information
Can alert fleet managers about patterns of poor driving behaviours, such as harsh braking, harsh acceleration, harsh cornering and speeding
Data generated from gps systems helps organizations to make more informed business decisions hence reducing operational costs
Businesses can monitor time spent at job sites or at loading bays and work to ensure drivers are more productive. Also, by ensuring the nearest vehicle is routed to a job, businesses can eliminate waste.