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Taking Care of Your Fleet Tracking System in Cold Weather or Over the Winter

When you invest in GPS fleet tracking technology, you want to make sure it lasts so that you can truly get your money’s worth. While it’s relatively easy to prevent physical damage to your devices with proper installation and protective cases, there are certain hazards that are much more difficult to control. When it comes to electronics, exposure to extreme temperatures is one of the greatest of such hazards.

In this article, we’ll take a look at how winter temperatures can affect your GPS tracking system, as well as how you and your company can prevent weather-related issues before they can start.

GPS Device on Map

How Fleet Tracking System Technology Works

The actual specifications of fleet track technology vary between GPS companies, but systems typically include a GPS tracking device that stays in the truck as well as some manner of wireless receiving device to obtain the data. In a US Fleet Tracking system, the recipient device can be any internet-enabled device that can access our convenient, web-based tracking and GPS fleet management interface.

Depending upon the intent behind the installation or the policies of the company, such GPS trackers can be installed with the drivers’ knowledge or covertly (to monitor potential issues with drivers). Once installed, these systems provide GPS location updates at regular intervals. US Fleet Tracking’s AT-V4 4G LTE tracker, for example, provides a live tracking feed that can update in either 5- or 10-second increments.

Why Is Cold Weather So Harsh on the Equipment?

The main reason cold weather can be so tough on electronic equipment is that it can affect the internal components. While many of today’s ubiquitous technologies can be quite resilient in cold, other devices can be susceptible to significant issues in above-zero cold temperatures.

Batteries in many devices struggle to function properly in extreme, cold temperatures; think about your car battery, for example. LCD screens can also fail in below-freezing temperatures, making reading information or navigating menus near impossible.

In devices that have a hard disk drive (in particular, one that uses fluid dynamic bearings to spin), single-digit Fahrenheit temperatures can cause the fluid to thicken and the drive to fail to boot. Usually, this problem resolves after the device is brought into a warmer environment, but repeated switching between extreme cold and warm areas can cause severe damage.

There is a risk of such damage whenever you bring GPS monitor equipment indoors after having been outside in a freezing truck for several hours. Have you ever noticed that when individuals who wear glasses step indoors after being out in the cold will suddenly find themselves dealing with fogged up lenses?

Yes, just like on a cold beverage, this is caused by the condensation of water in reaction to the cold temperature of the glasses lenses. While you may not notice it, this can happen to the interior workings of electronic equipment, too, introducing damaging moisture.

Car Driving Through Snow

How to Avoid System Problems in Low Temperatures

Now that you know how cold temperatures can affect electronics, let’s talk about how you can avoid disaster altogether. The following are just a few of the ways in which you can prevent both your GPS tracker and receiving devices from dropping too far in temperature:

  • Install devices in a location in the truck that will not be easily affected by changes in temperature (e.g., somewhere in the cabin).
  • Keep truck cabin temperatures above freezing by running the heat appropriately.
  • Consider using an electric heating pad or blanket to keep equipment warm in severe temperatures or when the truck is not in use.
  • Invest in a high-quality, durable truck tracking system that is more resilient to lower temperature (e.g., the CloudSat3).
  • Keep all sending and receiving devices (tablets, laptops, smartphones, etc.) indoors or in a warm area and avoid moving them between extreme cold and warm temperatures if possible.

Some of these suggestions may be difficult to employ if your trackers are installed covertly, so it may be worth your while to consider how you can keep your GPS equipment warm before it’s installed.

Winter Driving Risks

The effect of winter weather on electronic equipment isn’t the only potential risk to your fleet GPS equipment, of course; poor driving conditions, low visibility, and icy roads can be just as dangerous for your equipment—not to mention your drivers.

Always make sure that your fleet is properly winterized and prepared for snow, ice, and slush in the colder months. Keep vehicle maintenance up to date, change out tires as needed, check brakes and ensure that headlights and windshields allow for maximum visibility.

Hire drivers who have good driving records and a strong sense of responsibility and respect for safety. Continue to keep all of your drivers trained on safe driving, and keep an eye on their GPS tracking information to make sure that they aren’t prone to speeding or making other unsafe choices with their truck.

Although your fleet efficiency and timeliness are extremely important to your business, it’s also important to know as a company when to keep your drivers off the road. Have a discussion with the appropriate staff to determine at what point you’ll say driving conditions are too dangerous to continue. Ultimately, ensuring the safety of your employees and other drivers on the road will give your company a positive reputation for responsibility.

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Invest in Durable, High-Quality Fleet Tracking Systems from US Fleet Tracking

At US Fleet Tracking, we offer a range of wireless, versatile GPS trackers that interface easily with our online tracking and management system. Our unique tracking interface is completely web-based, which means you’ll never have to install software or worry about whether a given computer or mobile device can run it properly.

US Fleet Tracking offers the following models of GPS trackers that will  all operate in temperatures as low as -30° Celsius for fleet monitoring and management:

  • AT-V4: 4G LTE connectivity and live 5- or 10-second tracking updates
  • AT-V3: Water-resistant housing, great for marine vehicles, cars, trucks, motorcycles, etc.
  • AT-V3 Pro: GPS and 3G connectivity with live 5- or 10-second tracking updates
  • NT-V3: GPS and 3G connectivity, dispatch, and communications capabilities
  • NT-V3ia: GPS and 3G connectivity, provides Geofence/speed alert notifications
  • OBD-V3: Snaps into OBDII port of most vehicles, can be used to monitor fuel usage
  • PT-V3: GPS and 3G connectivity, transmits every 20 feet on foot and every 5 or 10 seconds in a moving vehicle
  • PT-V3 Pro: Same as PT-V3, but with extended battery time of 75 hours
  • CloudSat3: GPS and satellite connectivity, can operate at temperatures as low as -30° C (-22° F)

For years, US Fleet Tracking has been helping companies around the world manage live asset and vehicle tracking with great coverage and strong reliability. We’ve even been the tracking choice of a number of major events, including 11 Super Bowls, one Pro Bowl, one NHL All Star Game, two Olympics (winter and summer) and even the Republican National Convention.

If you’re looking for a trusted, experienced GPS company to help you keep track of your fleet for any reason, we’re here to help. To learn more about what we can do for you or to purchase a GPS tracking system today, give us a call at (405) 726-9900.

Delivery Trucks on Map Routes

Sources
1. http://www.userbytes.com/how-cold-weather-can-affect-electronics/
2. https://www.esurance.com/info/car/dangers-of-winter-driving

GPS Tracking Increasingly Used by Wide Range of Industries

Fleet tracking via GPS helps businesses with large capital assets keep better track of those assets and the employees using them, allowing greater efficiency and accountability. Transportation and government agencies are already using GPS trackers for fleet management to great effect, but many other industries can benefit from this technological marvel.

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What Is GPS?

The Global Positioning System, or GPS, is a network of satellites that transmit precise information concerning their position in space to receivers on Earth. These receivers use the information transmitted from the satellite to determine their own position and speed, and the current time where they are.

GPS was born of the Cold War and the space race between the U.S. and the former Soviet Union. The military initially proposed a satellite tracking system to help guide missiles to their targets, and the first navigational satellites were launched in the 1960s. What we know now as GPS began with a series of launches in the 1970s, and it includes more than 24 satellites providing accurate locational data to civilian and military users. Europe, China, Russia, and India are developing or have developed similar systems of their own.

What Is GPS Fleet Tracking?

GPS fleet tracking uses GPS receivers and the GPS system to provide information concerning fleets of vehicles to their owners or managers. With GPS fleet tracking, managers can always know where their assets are and where they are headed, and details about time and speed. By compiling and analyzing data gathered by commercial GPS tracking systems, these managers can identify ways to better use their resources. Tracking also helps prevent assets from going missing or being stolen.

GPS Tracking Found in Cars

Some benefits of GPS tracking include:

  • Reducing fuel costs – Smarter routing and policies to improve driver efficiency resulting from information gleaned from commercial GPS tracking can help companies reduce their fuel costs. While gas prices are cheap right now, reducing fuel costs will help save some money now and, potentially, a lot in the future when gas prices rise again.
  • Improved maintenance – GPS tracking can help companies better track vehicle usage and performance, allowing them to develop a more effective upkeep plan. By using smart, proactive maintenance, companies can reduce expensive and time-consuming repairs and increase the longevity of their fleet.
  • Cut insurance premiums – Many insurers offer discounts of between 25 and 35 percent for vehicles outfitted with GPS trackers. This can be very helpful to companies with large fleets they must insure.
  • Avoid loss and misuse of resources – Being able to track vehicles no matter where they may be can help companies avoid loss and theft of these important assets. It can also help ensure that vehicles are not used for non-work-related purposes.
  • Improved safety – Fleet tracking applications allow companies to track speed. As excessive speed is a leading contributor to accidents, keeping tabs on driver speed and encouraging safe driving habits can reduce crashes.
  • Paperwork reduction – GPS tracking system can reduce the paperwork load of dispatchers and managers by automatically recording details formerly documented by these workers.

Who’s Using GPS Fleet Tracking?

Commercial trucking companies are among the biggest customers of GPS tracking services. Thanks to GPS tracking, commercial truck companies have a way to gather data that managers can interpret to track patterns and establish plans to improve efficiency and safety.

Who's Using GPS Fleet Tracking

For example, GPS tracking can be used to determine whether truckers are following company policy regarding speed and break time. Companies can also use GPS tracking to determine which routes are efficient and which are not, and develop ways to boost efficiency.

Government entities are also increasingly jumping on the GPS tracking bandwagon. Law enforcement and public safety entities can use GPS tracking to more quickly and efficiently dispatch units to respond to fire, police, and emergency medical calls. The information provided by GPS can also help these entities better plan patrol routes and help units find their way when traffic jams and other events may bar main roads and highways.

Government agencies have lots of vehicles and heavy equipment to keep track of, and some of that equipment sometimes becomes lost, stolen, or forgotten. Just recently, federal prosecutors convicted an auto seller of working with a government insider to sell vehicles stolen from the U.S. State Department. GPS tracking helps deter this activity and ensure theft is detected more quickly.

GPS Tracking Technology Comes Standard in Today's Cars

Courier services also are finding commercial GPS tracking to be helpful in their endeavors. Good courier companies are obsessed with shaving time off deliveries and finding small, incremental ways to improve safety and efficiency.

While improving a delivery time by a few seconds, or using just a little less gasoline may not seem like much, when applied many times throughout a large company these tiny savings can add up to big money. GPS tracking can help courier companies find the best routes, encourage safer, more productive driving by employees, and ensure the most efficient allocation of company resources.

Who Else Can Use GPS Tracking?

Businesses large and small can make use of the efficiency and accountability commercial GPS tracking can bring to the table. Consider these examples of how GPS tracking technology can benefit business:

  • HVAC and plumbing companies can use information gleaned from GPS tracking to provide better, faster service. By using GPS tracking solutions to monitor company vans in real time, these companies can work to improve response and repair time.
  • School systems can use fleet tracking to monitor their school buses and maintenance vehicles. Live vehicle tracking can provide important information to law enforcement in emergency situations such as severe weather events or hijackings. More prosaic benefits the technology can provide are improved route planning and monitoring of driver behavior.

What Industries Could Be Using GPS

  • Utility companies can use GPS tracking to immediately find the nearest maintenance truck and dispatch those workers to rapidly respond to customer needs. Real-time monitoring also helps these companies promote a culture of safety by keeping tabs on driver behavior.
  • Food delivery services, much like courier services, can benefit from GPS tracking to better route their drivers and to encourage safer driving habits among their employees.

The bottom line is that if your company uses vehicles or heavy equipment, GPS tracking solutions can help you improve the safety and efficiency of your operations.

More and more companies are discovering the tremendous benefits offered by GPS fleet tracking services. A study by C.J. Driscoll & Associates found that more than 8 million vehicles and pieces of equipment are now outfitted with GPS trackers. The study predicts that by 2019, the GPS tracking industry will cover 14 million vehicles and pieces of equipment and will turn a profit of more than $4.7 billion. Regulations requiring interstate trucking fleets to use electronic logging devices for keeping tabs on driver service hours are helping to fuel growth, as is greater awareness concerning the benefits of GPS tracking applications.

Courier Services Can Take Advantage of GPS Tracking

The commercial GPS tracking industry is rapidly growing, and many new companies are entering the market, making it tough for companies that desire this service to find the right partner. US Fleet Tracking is a well-established provider of GPS fleet tracking solutions. Headquartered in Oklahoma City, OK, US Fleet Tracking has a global reach and provides the widest coverage area with the best reliability of any GPS fleet tracking product.

For reliable and accurate tracking services at a highly competitive price, contact US Fleet Tracking for a consultation. Customer service representatives can outline how the company’s services can benefit you. The company also provides a helpful tool on its website that can help you determine how much money you could save by equipping your vehicles with GPS tracking devices.

Drivers Using GPS Tracking To Deliver Gifts: Part 2

GPS tracking: Helping at Christmas time

Oh what fun it is to drive in a… truck with GPS tracking!” Well, we know that’s not how the song really goes, but if you had gifts under the tree this year there just might be a chance that a delivery driver used GPS tracking to get one or more of those gifts there timely. GPS tracking is a wonderful technology that surely helped a lot of delivery drivers during this holiday season. They could have helped them navigate through bad weather and receive turn-by-turn directions from dispatching to get through the clearest, safest route.

There are few more ways we can imagine that delivery drivers made use of GPS tracking services. For example, maintenance reminders for the company vehicles. Christmas time is definitely not a good time for trucks to break down. With GPS tracking maintenance alerts, the managers are able to maintain the health of the trucks all through the year so that they are in tip-top shape for the biggest delivery time of the year. If a hiccup did occur for a reason outside of the driver’s control, the GPS tracking system would send alert back to management or dispatching so that help could be sent right away.

Another GPS tracking service that delivery drivers make good use of is geofencing. The option for geofence set-up is perfect for Christmas time in several ways. First, setting a perimeter around the lot where company trucks are parked at night adds security to the assets, ensuring that the gifts can continue to be delivered. If anyone should be foolish enough to steal a truck, the unsanctioned perimeter breach would set off an alert. GPS tracking would be responsible for giving delivery companies a substantial amount of time to take appropriate action.

GPS tracking geofences and vehicle maintenance reminders sure are life savers around Christmas time! We hope all the parents who purchased online gifts received everything in a timely manner. We also hope that all the delivery drivers made their rounds safely and are also able to enjoy time with their own families. Thanks to the technology of GPS tracking, delivery drivers act as Santa and are able to make lots of children happy.

On behalf of US Fleet Tracking, have a very Merry Christmas!

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Drivers Using GPS Tracking To Deliver Gifts: Part 1

GPS tracking: Helping at Christmas time

Most people know the old story about how Santa delivers gifts to every good boy and girl on Christmas day, but how many people really stop to think about the reality of gift delivery? Delivery drivers are like the real life version of Santa. Think about it! Tons of people order gifts online these days and all of those orders have to be delivered by someone. Have you ever considered just how difficult a delivery driver’s job is, especially around Christmas time? What could help get delivery drivers to all their locations safely and in a timely manner? For many, the answer is GPS tracking. A lot of delivery drivers will tell you that without GPS tracking, they’d be truly lost and not just literally!

One of the best benefits for delivery drivers is the option for dispatching to give turn-by-turn directions to each house. Say goodbye to getting lost! GPS tracking being installed in each vehicle means that these Santa-like drivers will never have to depend on an outdated map to arrive to each customer’s home or delivery location. Having live maps with advanced routing options decreases the chance of wasted time.

Another great benefit is the weather overlay feature. With this technology, weather delays do not have to cause setbacks for delivery drivers. GPS tracking weather updates allow delivery drivers to navigate around harsh storms. Interactive maps allow dispatchers and managers to also see where drivers might have a hard time navigating and can easily re-route drivers.

Timeliness and safety are both key factors in making sure that delivery drivers get the goods where they need to be! These are just a few ways GPS tracking is helping around Christmas time. Drivers that use GPS tracking just seem to have a better time when it comes to delivering all those gifts. If your delivery company hasn’t used GPS tracking before, but you’d like to consider having them for next year, don’t hesitate to give us a call.

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The Secret To Better GPS Tracking For Fleets

GPS tracking: Fleet monitoring solutions

If you’re running a fleet business, chances are you are always searching for innovative ways to become a better fleet. One of the best ways to enhance your daily operations is through the utilization of GPS tracking. Just using the system alone is fantastic, but knowing the best ways to use it is even better. Today, we’re going to talk about the secret to better GPS tracking for fleets that way you can go forth and work on being better than you were yesterday!

The not so secret part is that we’ve actually talked about this feature plenty of times in the past. The fun part is that if you’re new to GPS tracking, it may still be a secret to you. Fleet monitoring solutions just become easier with geofences! That’s right, geofences are the secret to having a better fleet. Here’s why.

With the GPS tracking feature called geofencing, it makes it possible for you to set up locations like customer addresses or job sites and see the exact location pop up on a live map. Using the GPS tracking system, creating a perimeter around a geographic area is simple! This capability becomes useful when you are trying to keep track of unauthorized vehicle usage, when you want to know that drivers are on the clock and to see when your drivers are starting or stopping a job.

Best of all, if you’re vehicles are parked overnight, you won’t need to worry about knowing if they are safe. The geofence alert set-up will send you notifications if a vehicle moves from that location. How better to make certain that your assets are not being stolen? GPS tracking with geofencing is a smart, simple solution to monitoring fleet vehicles. Ready to unlock the secret to having a better fleet?

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Simplify Your Work With GPS Tracking

GPS tracking: The power of a button click

As a fleet manager it’s your job to know what your drivers are doing. You may have a rough estimate as to where they are and what job they are completing, but keeping track of their routes for several stops in a day can be challenging. This is especially true without a tracking system. Is the old fashioned pen and paper mileage tracker or cell phone app your current method of “verification”? What if we told you that GPS tracking could do a much better job of helping to create and plan more efficient routing? Now that we have your attention, let us explain how!

As a manager of fleets aiming to be service providers, it is your job to make sure your drivers are making it to their appointments on time. Say you have one driver with 15-30 service stops scheduled for the day. Organizing those stops, manually, to maximize time, in a way that they make the most sense and don’t cost your business more money on fuel would take a lot of effort! While more stops may mean more clients on the schedule, that doesn’t mean your drivers will actually make it out to see everyone on the list if routes aren’t planned efficiently.

GPS tracking has the power of a button click, available right at the fingertips of dispatchers back at the office. Best of all, managers can see everything and so can drivers! With GPS tracking, the Advanced Routing options make it easy for dispatchers to enter in all stops or locations and generate a path that is the quickest, thus; saving your driver’s time, decreasing fuel usage and increasing the possibility of actually finishing all stops on the schedule for the day. Being able to complete work quickly means having an increased bottom line. Who doesn’t want more revenue?

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How GPS Tracking Helps With Vehicle Inspections

GPS tracking: Keeping vehicles functioning

Keeping track of vehicle diagnostics, for fleet businesses, is a pretty important aspect of the job, because without vehicles running in top shape it would be impossible to be a fleet business. No matter the industry or the size of the fleet business, managers have to have vehicle inspections, at some point, in order to keep vehicles functioning. Rather than having to manually keep track of every aspect of the vehicles, GPS tracking is a wonderfully easy way for fleet managers to handle this routine task. Listed below are a 2 common areas that GPS tracking really helps with when it comes to inspecting fleet vehicles.

Maintenance Alerts: Managers don’t have to keep paper files with vehicle mileage sketched out all over the place in order to know when oil changes, tire rotations, tag renewals and other regular maintenance is due. GPS tracking alerts can be set and the program will automatically calculate, based on mileage, when the next round of maintenance is coming up.

Vehicle Activity: Making sure vehicles stay running at their best doesn’t stop at routine maintenance. Knowing vital information such as fuel efficiency can also help as it will reduce costs and greenhouse emissions. GPS tracking reports can be used to keep a close eye on this as well as idling times, speeding, start/stop times and more.

GPS tracking allows managers to analyze everything that contributes to keeping vehicles functioning and business flowing. The great news is that the reporting and alert features are easy to use, producing data that can be glanced at when managers are in a hurry or thoroughly reviewed when they are able to sit for longer periods of time. Keeping tabs on the way the vehicles are being driven will help reduce the amount of unnecessary maintenance while reminder alerts will help keep track of maintenance that is needed on a routine basis.

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Utilizing GPS Tracking Vehicle Maintenance Reminders

GPS tracking: Device and vehicle management

There are a lot of seasoned business owners making great use of GPS tracking devices and for every one company that has mastered utilizing these devices, there are a handful of them still working through the process. Trust us, the process is worth it in the end! One of the most robust, yet worthwhile functions of GPS tracking is the ability to set up vehicle maintenance reminders. Utilizing GPS tracking vehicle maintenance reminders is a great way to maintain healthy vehicles on the road which keeps drivers working and making you money.

The best part about GPS tracking vehicle maintenance reminders is that there are no limits as to what type of reminders you can create for your fleet. If you want to create separate reminders for tire rotations, oil changes, wiper blades, brake pads or more, that’s not a problem! By clicking into the device management area of your GPS tracking device, you will find multiple options.

If you have a one time reminder you would like to set you can chose to do so by clicking under maintenance options. If you’d like to have ongoing reminders after you perform routine maintenance, to keep things current, that is also an option. You don’t even have to be a mathematician to figure out when the next reminder should be set, because once you enter the initial vehicle mileage into the system it automatically calculates the mileage at which the next service will be required.

With a quick glance into your GPS tracking device’s Device Maintenance area, you can easily see what the status of vehicle maintenance for all vehicles in your fleet. You will be able to see s status of “over due” if maintenance is needed right away, “warning” if maintenance is coming up soon or “current” if everything is fine. After that you can chose to have the alerts sent to you via email, text or simply view the information online. Truly, utilizing your GPS tracking device for vehicle maintenance reminders couldn’t be easier.

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3 Reasons To Be Thankful For GPS Tracking

GPS tracking: Optimal for fleets

During Thanksgiving week or even during the whole month, people from all around the United States express gratitude for things in their lives that they consider to be gifts. The thanks doesn’t have to stop at just home life, it can extend into work life, as well. We’re proud to say that many fleet managers have found bounty in the ability to deliver great service to their customers thanks to GPS tracking. If you’re one of the many companies thankful for GPS tracking then the following list will probably resonate with you. If you’re a fleet company that hasn’t discovered the benefits, feel free to stick around and learn 3 reasons to be thankful for GPS tracking.

1.) Decreased Risk: GPS tracking provides alerts for company vehicles to tell managers when vehicles are being moved out of a designated geofence. This helps to decrease theft risk. There are tons of helpful pieces of information such as speeding and aggressive driving reports which can be used to ensure your fleet drivers are being safe out there. Doing so is a great way to decrease risk of traffic accidents and keep your insurance rates lower.

2.) Increased Productivity: Just as GPS tracking can help with safety, the analytics and reporting can also be used to see trends and improve efficiencies. More specifically, monitoring employee work patterns helps managers to coach them into continuing great work habits or eliminating the questionable work ethics.

3.) Happier Customers: GPS tracking helps dispatchers set up the safest, quickest route for drivers to get to customers more timely. Customers can also be told a more accurate time frame as to when a service provider will be at their location.

GPS tracking is wonderful for ensuring your fleet is running optimally which is key to delivering great service. It’s great to be aware of the fact that work life can be better. Decreasing risks, increasing productivity and having happier customers are all things to be thankful for on a regular basis. We hope you have many more things to be grateful for as the rest of the year plays out.

GPS Tracking On The Fly

GPS tracking: The easy mobile version

As the world becomes, seemingly, more mobile with every passing minute it makes sense that GPS tracking may also need to be mobile at times. The truth is that managers aren’t always going to be able to sit in front of a computer to check in on their drivers, but the visibility is still needed. For that reason the mobile version of GPS tracking is very helpful. Using the mobile version of GPS tracking is also quite great for a few different reasons that we are going to cover here.

First of all, you don’t have to remember yet another password, because the mobile version of GPS tracking has a log-in screen that allows the user to swipe a “remember me” button. This makes log-in faster and easier the next time you need the application. Another great part about the mobile version is that in order to get GPS tracking benefits of seeing devices, represented by vehicles on the live map, you don’t have to stay glued to your mobile device at all times. You can take a quick glance to know where your devices are, know that they are active and then close out of the application. With the “remember me” button already chosen earlier on, you can easily pop up the map again when you need it.

When you need more detailed reports you can always go back to the main platform of your GPS tracking system, but when you’re looking for GPS tracking on the fly, the mobile version is incredible. The mobile version provides you and your fleet with the functionality of the same real-time maps you’d get from using the main platform. The difference is that it gives you this in a pocket version. Get the mobile version of GPS tracking, get it faster, get it easier and get the job done.

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