Vehicle GPS (Global Positioning System) satellite tracking makes use of two technologies: GPS satellites and wireless data networks. Combining the two allows organizations and businesses that rely on mobile workforces to keep track of their out-of-office employees. Data that can be collected and viewed in real-time often includes position, speed when the car is in motion, and how long the car has been idle when it's parked.
GPS satellite tracking is only half of the tracking process. With information gathered by the unit, it's then sent wirelessly via a cellular network to a server. It is then that the software can load this data into a presentable and visually appealing form. With the on-screen information displayed, you can perform dispatching, plan routes, and view vehicle history reports.
Who is using Vehicle Tracking Systems?
Any company with a fleet of vehicles, including:
- Food & beverage service providers
- Vending machine suppliers
- Maintenance services
- Emergency services
- Lawn maintenance companies
- Electricians, HVAC, Plumbers and other service providers
- Trucking companies
- Sales organizations
- Used car dealers
Benefits of Vehicle Tracking Systems
||Cut Fuel Expenses