Vehicle tracking & monitoring
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Modern vehicle tracking systems are designed to help fleet managers cut fuel costs, boost driver productivity, and increase fleet security. They consist of GPS tracking devices, which collect a variety of data from your vehicles, while also transmitting their locations to you. You’ll get access to a software dashboard, which is where you’ll see the information your trackers are gathering. Vehicle tracking systems can help you plan efficient routes, dispatch drivers to jobs quickly, track fuel costs, monitor driving behaviour, schedule maintenance services, prevent vehicle theft, and much more.
Vehicle telematics uses GPS technology to automatically provide location information along with other data such as date and time, vehicle diagnostics, engine management, fuel and more. When paired with an in-cab device, which drivers/operators log in to, it automates operational reports to provide rich information to the business about the health and efficiencies of its vehicles, as well as data to provide insights into driver behaviour, such as harsh usage, driving hours, excessive idling, speeding, etc.
The vehicle’s location is provided by telematics hardware installed in the vehicle communicating with a GPS Satellite network. The installed telematics device collects and transmits the important vehicle and driver data in real time. Using cellular networks data is sent on to regional servers. In today’s modern world, the coverage, signal strength and speed provide a reliable means to transfer data with efficiency. The Internet provides huge opportunities to support advanced functionality and immediate accessibility. Often referred to as the cloud, businesses can rely on vehicle tracking systems to deliver insights instantaneously.
The vehicle’s location is provided by telematics hardware installed in the vehicle communicating with a GPS Satellite network.Vehicle tracking systems allow you to keep an eye on business operations in a digital environment. Managers are able to see how vehicles are used, how drivers are operating them, see where inefficiencies in processes are occurring and more, ultimately reducing costs and creating more revenue.
Scenarios in which this technology is include:
Stolen vehicle recovery: Both consumer and commercial vehicles can be outfitted with RF or GPS units to allow police to do tracking and recovery.
Companies needing to track valuable assets for insurance or other monitoring purposes can now plot the real-time asset location on a map and closely monitor movement and operating status.
Services such as repair or maintenance, must be able to plan field workers’ time, schedule subsequent customer visits and be able to operate these departments efficiently. Vehicle tracking allows companies to quickly locate a field engineer and dispatch the closest one to meet a new customer request or provide site arrival information.
Mobile sales professionals can access real-time locations. For example, in unfamiliar areas, they can locate themselves as well as customers and prospects, get driving directions and add nearby last-minute appointments to itineraries. Benefits include increased productivity, reduced driving time and increased time spent with customers and prospects.
Haulage and Logistics companies often operate lorries with detachable load carrying units. The part of the vehicle that drives the load is known as the cab and the load carrying unit.
A tracker may be placed on a vehicle to follow the vehicle's movements.
Temporary tracking of assets or cargoes from one point to another. Users will ensure that the assets do not stop on route or do a U-Turn in order to ensure the security of the assets.
Monitor the fuel through tracking device through CANBUS line.
Calculate the distance travelled by the fleet.
OBD II – Plug and play interface which provides most engine diagnostics information.