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

Fleet tracking systems can be used to monitor vehicles, heavy equipment, and employees who use these valuable assets. Keeping your construction team accountable for their actions can be difficult, especially since you can’t be everywhere at once. However, fleet tracking systems offer features that allow you to keep an eye on all of your operations, no matter where you are. >> Continue Reading

Most fleet tracking systems are primarily designed to track only vehicles and their activities. Of course, drivers and their behavior are also monitored, but only while they are actually in the vehicle, and only if you know for certain which employee is driving. If you want to track both your vehicles and your drivers while they’re on the job, look for a provider that offers key fobs for drivers. >> Continue Reading

Fleet GPS is an excellent solution in many situations, but some businesses require a different type of coverage or the ability to track assets using satellites. For example, you may want to track a container shipment across oceans. In this case, real-time mapping may not be required, but you still want the ability to locate the container as needed. Satellite tracking offers an effective solution, and it can be used in combination with fleet GPS to give you all the information you need. >> Continue Reading