Visualize and manage your fleet presence with automatically updating maps. Either view the whole fleet, a subfleet or follow one unit.
The playback mode makes it easy to review the activities of the vehicles in the fleet throughout the day. Your full history is available, so pick any day to review.
The mapping software also shows realtime traffic information giving you additional perspective while you dispatch your cars and trucks.
Use landmarks or geofences to manage worksites or customer locations. Most reports give distance to nearest landmarks. Enter and Exit alert emails can be used on Geofences.
Our stop reports provide insight where your cars and trucks spend their time during the day: how long they are at customer sites versus how long they spend driving to sites. Aid in determining if deliveries were made on time. The software allows for fleet-wide graphic comparisons of driving vs. idling vs. stopped.
Cut fuel costs by using this report to identify excessive idling trends. Filter the report to show idling events longer than a specified amount of time. As with other reports, a graph can be viewed to see how each vehicle stacks up against the entire fleet.
This family of reports gives you tools to support fuel economy estimates and backup for IFTA State reporting requirements.
The runtime report provide feedback on fleet usage. Track hours of operation of each vehicle
Analyze the use of PTO/Auxiliary tools. Review usage and interaction with Idle. Special devices may be required.
Set up Geo-Fences, virtual boundaries around geographic areas, to monitor vehicle entry and exit. This can be used to validate payroll and monitor take-home vehicle use. Geo-Fence any place a vehicle should not go or any place it should stay.
Review all e-mailed alerts for a vehicle or the entire fleet. Helpful for improving driver compliance.
Alert History - Auxiliary PTO Input - Distance - Fuel Economy - Excessive Idle - Idle PTO - Geofence History - Geofence Inventory - Geofence Summary - Landmark Inventory - Miles per State - Notes - Overspeed - Special Events - Stop Basic - Stop Detail - Unit List View - Runtime
1 Tow Guard Receive notification when the vehicle moves while the ignition is in the off position. The GPS tracking hardware has the capability to sense when the ignition is on or off, making this alert and many others possible.
2 Battery Guard Most of our GPS devices have an internal Li-Ion battery pack which automatically powers the device in the event external power is removed. When this occurs, the system can alert you.
3 Unauthorized Use The fleet management software allows you to configure days and times where the vehicle containing a GPS tracker is not allowed to be used. If use is detected an email is sent.
4 PTO / Aux Input Change This is an alert that will notify you if an auxiliary device or external input is triggered. For instance, the winch of a tow truck turning on or off, the PTO running a hydraulic pump, or a door opening or closing can be monitored with alerts being sent for each occurrence.
5 Speed Alerts A specific speed limit can be configured for each GPS tracking device in your fleet. If the speed is exceeded when compared to that which is reported by the GPS tracking device, an alert is sent to your email.
6 Idle Alerts Because the GPS device can sense its ignition status and whether or not it is moving, idling events can be measured with a great deal of accuracy. You can get alerted if the vehicle idles for five or ten minutes. Custom idle event times can be monitored as well.
7 Ignition Changes The ignition sense feature of the GPS hardware enables ignition changes to be monitored. Whenever the vehicle is turned on or off, you can receive an alert.
8 Geofence Entry/Exit The virtual boundary of a geofence can be configured in the GPS tracking software to notify you when a vehicle enters it, leaves it, or both. This feature can be used to monitor off limits areas or to trigger time card functionality. It can be used in conjunction with other alerts to notify of possible theft of vehicles or equipment.