Network Solutions for Transportation
Onboard Connectivity to Fleet Tracking & Management
How Fleet Management Can Benefit You
Whether you’re needing connectivity for you POS system, On-Board communications system, or just connectivity for your passengers, we can build the perfect system for your needs.
For ongoing safety and security, we alert you when detecting battery tampers, high g-force incident alarms or rollovers, and even when your vehicles approach a country’s border – allowing you to manage by exception.
Drivers can also raise an alarm through a remote or wired panic button, or by simply pressing an e-panic button on their mobile phone.
This allows you to better monitor driver performance and productivity, while securing your fleet from the dangers of unauthorized usage.
Make Your Operation More Efficient.
Set up static and timed routes, creating efficiencies to further reduce fuel usage and associated costs.
If used in conjunction with GPS navigation you can help drivers avoid busier roads and delays from traffic incidents, keeping the wheels of your fleet turning.
- Displays the next service required based on current mileage (miles traveled, time elapsed)
- Directly out of the vehicle or calculated based on a database.
- Drivers actively guided towards good-value partner workshops; predictable / planned downtimes; optimized maintenance intervals.
Vehicle and Fleet Tracking Capabilities
- The vehicle’s position is continuously transmitted to the fleet manager
- Direction of the route is shown in addition
- Map with GPS signals of selected vehicles within a selected period of time
- More efficient journeys, particularly for commercial vehicle fleets, and recognition of idle times
- Digital map in vehicle knows approved areas and sends an alarm signal when a driver leaves these areas
- Define areas by circles & polygon
- Notification vehicle has entered or left a user-defined area
- Recording of zone and time
- Prevents inappropriate use (e.g. driving in a non-authorized foreign country) and reduces the associated risks