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Most of the fleet companies depend on fleet GPS tracker to keep an eye over their fleet. They are the most trusted tracker available in the world.

Most of the fleet companies depend on fleet GPS tracker to keep an eye over their fleet. They are the most trusted tracker available in the world.

Though tracking technology like GLONASS (Global Navigation Satellite System) is available in the market GPS remains the most widely used tracking technology of the world.

This GPS tracker works on the signal it receive from satellite and also from the towers that are present near the vehicle. After receiving this signal they generate an image of whole surrounding and display the same to the driver of the vehicle and manager of the fleet.

Driver gets the idea to where he is and where he is going. He also gets the help of GPS tracker in avoiding the traffic, which can delay the work. Besides he can see an alternate route to his destination. Then these GPS tracker are life savior too. They have technologies that can sense an accident and can alert the driver. For this, GPS tracker monitors driver behavior, break pattern and speed with which vehicle is traveling. Also they can sense a vehicle coming close to other that can cause collision between the two.

Fleet GPS tracker in addition to monitoring of record also store all the data in the system and can send the same to the system of the manager or owner. This helps the manager in keeping the record, which forms an integral part of his duty. Then he can keep an eye to whether or not his fleet is going according to the plan. If there is some change than he can contact with the driver for the reason. This helps in maintaining the security of the fleet. Owner can sleep without tension of his fleet being misused. Here the driver knows that he is being supervised every moment so it becomes risky to do something illegal as he will be caught the second he does it.

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Posted on: March 20, 2012

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