For businesses from enterprise trucking to small fleets of field service providers, the question of tracking, video and privacy will inevitably surface. One of our customers at Thompson Trading recently used the GPS Trackit solution to uncover some employee behaviors that went against protocol, costing the company in wasted labor costs. Once they learned what was happening, correcting those employee behaviors created an “instant ROI” in the form of eliminating wasteful costs stemming from unethical behavior. Read More
What States Require Driver Consent for GPS Tracking and Video Telematics?
Using GPS tracking and video recording is common in modern fleet management. GPS tracking improves navigation, helps drivers find faster routes by avoiding traffic, and helps them save on gas. Businesses are also able to provide their clients with up-to-the-minute updates about shipment locations and driver progress. But businesses need to consider whether they are legally allowed to use these tools. Read More
How do video dashboard camera systems work with your fleet management tools? GPS tracking and cloud technology work with your dash cam equipment to provide you with footage of incidents — protecting your fleet from fraud claims. >> Continue Reading
Video telematics is vitally important to modern fleet management methods. Recorded video helps you to understand quickly what happened during incidents that put your business, fleet, and personnel at risk. >> Continue Reading
Using video telematics can mean the difference between the success or failure of a fleet management program. Find out how video telematics is changing the face of fleet management. >> Continue Reading
Video telematics may be essential for protecting your fleet, but how can you get your drivers to support it? >> Continue Reading
Find out how getting on board with video telematics and commercial dashboard cameras can help protect your fleet, your employees and your business. >> Continue Reading