What can GPS auto tracking do for my business?
GPS auto tracking allows business owners to increase efficiency and decrease expenses, thereby maximizing their business model.
What kind of information do GPS auto tracking systems provide?
GPS tracking systems provide a number of critical reports including: Start / Stop Reports to show you the dates, times, locations and duration of every stop your vehicles make. These reports can be triggered by ignition or movement. Route alerts can signal you if your vehicles deviate from their route system. Ignition alert lets you know when the car has been started. Mileage tracking lets you keep a detailed record of use. Aggressive driving alerts trigger when speed limits are being exceeded. Excessive idling will help bring driver attention to wasted time and wasted fuel. Vehicle operation reports deliver a full profile of the vehicle use patterns of each driver, giving you a great tool to measure performance, set standards and build incentives.
Additional features offered with GPS auto tracking include: Integrated with Microsoft’s virtual earth mapping system allowing you to monitor your vehicles from any web enabled computer. This way you will be able to watch your vehicles live, knowing current location, speed and direction of travel. In tracking a fleet, you can group vehicles by region. Set boundary parameters and receive email or text alerts when vehicles go astray. Record PTO activations. Enable a panic button. Lock or unlock doors. Enable or disable the starter, honk the horn or start the vehicle right from your computer.
Who should use GPS auto tracking?
First and foremost, business owners who want to secure and optimize their operations and make improvements to the bottom line. Service companies with mobile employees, first responders to emergency situations and trucking and delivery companies are other types of companies that can benefit greatly from GPS auto tracking. Parents of teen drivers and anyone who desires to ensure the security of their family will also be attracted to the benefits provided by GPS tracking.
What components are involved in GPS auto tracking systems?
A number of systems must be in place for GPS auto tracking devices to do their job. All GPS tracking systems rely on information from satellites that are constantly in orbit, transmitting time and location information. A receiver picks up these satellite signals and compares the information from a minimum of four different satellites to determine location in 3D. That device then either stores the information or transmits it, commonly through cellular networks like AT&T or Sprint. The information may then be accessed via computer, allowing you to identify and track a number of vital statistics.
How do I choose which GPS auto tracking devices are right for my business?
Due to an impressive variety of available technologies and capabilities, and the unique nature of your needs, it is highly advisable that you contact a Live View
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