The year 2013 was a ‘landmark’ year for GPS Trackit, a longtime leader in GPS tracking and fleet management solutions. The company released almost a dozen new products and services.  The releases run the gamut, from hardware to software, and include several first-to-market alerts to monitor driving behaviors. >> Continue Reading

Two new vehicle alerts that track the amount of time a driver has been behind the wheel have been added to GPS Trackit’s Fleet Manager vehicle tracking system.  The alerts were created in response to concerns about drivers spending too much time behind the wheel, which research has shown is detrimental to a driver’s ability to focus and respond to changing road conditions. >> Continue Reading

Urban field service personnel spend their days navigating the hustling, bustling cities and suburbs, where populations are high and cell coverage abundant. Enterprises using GPS tracking to monitor vehicles, equipment and personnel can easily link field vehicles to fleet managers and dispatchers by transmitting data across ground-based cell-tower networks (CDMA / GPRS). >> Continue Reading

Temecula, CA  September 16th, 2013 – GPSTrackIt.com/’s latest innovation is a Driver Status feature designed to optimize and protect mobile personnel while away from vehicles. Driver Status enables dispatchers and fleet managers to not only see positioning for a vehicle at any given time, but – separately – where personnel associated with that vehicle are >> 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

Managing a mobile workforce comes with many challenges, including keeping track of drivers, providing timely service to customers, and ensuring that you send accurate bills on time to maintain good cash flow. A GPS tracking system with the Driver Tablet Site might be just what you need to improve customer service, increase profits, and keep operating expenses low. >> Continue Reading

An important part of managing a construction site includes maintaining compliance with regulatory authorities, local ordinances, and site-specific customer requirements. It is up to site supervisors to convey any restrictions to the team on-site, but enforcing these restrictions is not always a simple task. Using a GPS vehicle tracking system to ensure compliance will help make employees accountable for their actions, and help ensure that managers maintain a compliant work site. >> Continue Reading