Over the last decade, GPS tracking has gained immense popularity among fleet managers. The use of GPS tracking can be seen in everything from phones and tablets to cars to fleet management. However, despite its popularity, very few understand how GPS works. To have an idea on the workings of a GPS tracking system, we first need to know some GPS basics. >> 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