Investing in a GPS Tracking System doesn’t have to be complicated.
Covering all the bases: Truck, Trailer & Boat
Choose the type of tracking device best for your application: car or truck fleet, construction equipment: pumps, compressors etc. Our buying guides, below, examine the different types of tracking devices we offer and should help to determine which types you should buy.
Feel free to call our sales line. to determine the exact model you want. We’re more than happy to answer any questions you have.
Determine the reporting frequency that makes sense for your operation. For mobile trackers, we always recommend 2 minute reporting – that’s reporting every two minutes when moving plus turn-by-turn and hourly when not moving. But there are other options.
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GPS Tracking Buying Guides
Choosing which tracking device to use in your fleet doesn’t have to be complicated. In fact, your operations may need more than one type. The following links take you to buying guides that highlight the differences between the different tracking devices we sell and support.
Plug & Play Devices – This family of devices plug into the vehicle’s OBD-II and start reporting GPS Location data as well as some engine data like fuel level and engine RPM. Exact details will vary by vehicle. All data report is available for review to see changes over time.
Installed Vehicle Tracking Devices – These are the most tamper resistant devices. Covertly installed in the vehicle up under the dashboard, they report to our servers on a regular basis depending upon your monthly service plan.
Battery Powered Devices – Great for equipment and unpowered assets. These low reporting trackers bring their own power in the form of replaceable batteries.
GPS Trackers with Satellite Communication – Perfect for assets (containers, pumps, equipment) and vehicles in remote locations without good cellular networks. These come in self powered or external power configurations. Weatherproof too.
Tracking Device Install Guides
Another factor in your decision of which GPS Tracker you want to deploy in your fleet of vehicles and equipment is how much work is it to install the tracking devices in your vehicles. The following guides walk you throught the process and describe the details. You can decide which one is right for your business.
Installing a basic GPS Car Tracker – In many ways, installation of a car or truck track is similar to installing a car radio. 3-wire hookup: ground, power and ignition. The details are here.
Battery Powered Tracker Installation – The battery powered gps tracker and our trackers with satellite communication have similar installation instructions. In both cases, good line of sight to the sky is important for the best success. They don’t report often, so you want them to be successful.
Monthly Service & Data Plans
2-minute reporting – Exact details will vary with each device, but generally, when the tracking device detects ignition, the device will report every two minutes at a minimum. Turn by turn option will increase the actual reporting frequency. When the ignition is off, most devices will report hourly.
5 minute reporting and 15 minute reporting – These rate plans are great with the gv75 equipment tracker as they support calculation of uptime/runtime, useful for maintenance.
Twice a day – This is the suggested data plan for our battery powered trackers like our regular cellular network based battery powered tracker or our battery powered satellite tracker.
Dont’ see what you want?– Talk to our sales rep, we have other plans that we can discuss with you.
Highlighing 2 Tracking Features
Satellite Communications – Most vehicle trackers use the cellular networks. But, in remote locations this doesn’t work so well. These satellite trackers really do the trick.