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

Although it’s important to operate efficiently and reduce the amount of time it takes to get from one customer to the next, speeding is not the best way to accomplish this. GPS fleet tracking provides multiple features to help combat this unsafe driver behavior. In fact, service companies can significantly reduce the incidence of accidents simply by implementing a vehicle tracking system. >> Continue Reading

Using a GPS tracking system for trailers is a great way to monitor the locations of your vehicles, your products, and the status of shipments. However, like most things in life, not all tracking systems are created equal, and not all solutions are the best for every application. Even a high-quality GPS tracking system that is designed for fleet management might not be a good fit for trailer tracking. >> Continue Reading

Vehicle tracking systems can be used to monitor all sorts of assets, including heavy equipment. Although features such as real-time mapping, landmarks, and time tracking are essential components of good vehicle tracking systems, if you want to keep an eye on heavy equipment, there are some other features you need to make sure you have. >> Continue Reading