Vehicle Tracking Systems Built For Your Business
Keep compliant with NZTA and the Health and Safety at Work Act (HSWA) requirements
Real-time fleet analytics provides immediate insight into the activity of a fleet
Easily identify your most at-risk drivers and develop a customise training plan
Improve fuel efficiency and reduce related expenses
A vehicle tracking system uses both a hardware component and a software platform to monitor a wide range of information relating to an individual vehicle or asset within a fleet. The GPS tracking hardware collects the GPS coordinates of a vehicle alongside vehicle activity and the date and time, the activity took place. The software gathers the data including vehicle location, driver behaviour, engine diagnostics and vehicle activity, and visualises this information on the fleet management software.
Vehicle tracking systems are a great tool for businesses looking to accelerate their fleet operations. These technology-based resources can track not just cars but also a variety of medium-to-heavy-duty assets, buses, cargo vans, specialty trucks for dumping and cementing and much more.
There is a large variety of GPS vehicle tracking systems and can vary from model, implementation type and how the system is powered. Battery powered GPS trackers are normally about the size of your palm and are then placed either inside or outside of a vehicle or asset. Another type of GPS tracker plugs in underneath the steering wheel of a vehicle in the OBD 2 port, which is also known as the computer diagnostics port. It looks like a small plug and can sometimes be seen protruding out of the port. It also tucked behind the dashboard to remain hidden. The hard-wired gps tracking device is professionally installed in the vehicle and is hidden behind the vehicle dashboard.
Selecting and implementing a vehicle tracking system takes proper planning and research. To have the most successful implementation of the system be sure to define business goals, set expectations, calculate costs, and understand how the vehicle tracking software will improve productivity and efficiency for everyone involved. Educate the employees using the system so they are aware of how this will affect them. Create a thorough and detailed on boarding program for the implementation process to ensure compliance and training of all employees.
Yes. Advanced vehicle tracking systems enable powered assets (such as construction equipment) and none powered assets (such as trailers) to be tracked and managed through the same platform.