Smart Fleet Management: Supercharge with Open API and Third-Party Integrations

Modern fleet management makes use of data from the best technologies to determine the needs of your business. Separate innovations have given us GPS tracking software, temperature gauges within refrigerated trucks, video feeds from dashcams, and more data. The way that those applications and programs interact with each other is essential to gathering clear information quickly. Read More

The History of Telematics and Fleet Management

Industries throughout the world heard from the 1970s forward that computers would revolutionize the world. By the 1980s, computers made their way into our business offices, our living rooms and school systems, available to more people than ever before, and the emergence of the Internet and the World Wide Web in the 1990s changed how we live our lives and conduct business forever.
Within the shipping business, technology like video telematics has evolved to transform the way vehicles are tracked throughout the world. Read More

Fleet tracking software not only saves you and your drivers time, it can also help you save money on fuel costs. With the ever-changing price of oil, these savings can quickly add up and help you get a better return on your technology investment. Small businesses need to shave costs wherever they can. If you operate a fleet of vehicles, GPS tracking software is well worth the investment. >> Continue Reading

A GPS tracking solution combines the power of GPS locating technology, wireless networks, and a sophisticated yet simple interface to tell a business everything they need to know about their fleet, whether its 2 vehicles or 200 hundred.  This extensive knowledge gives power to optimize operations and reduce costs for small businesses. Here’s six money-saving GPS tracking applications can help boost >> Continue Reading >> Continue Reading

[companyInfo] Read the latest from industry publications on court cases and legislation affecting GPS Tracking: GPS Tracking and Secret Policies This week brought fresh revelations about the National Security Agency’s sloppy and invasive collection of phone data on Americans and others, as reported first by The Washington Post. In another realm of surveillance — the >> Continue Reading >> Continue Reading