GPS fleet tracker is the most used tracker around the world to track the vehicles. It is the most secure and trustworthy tracking technology that is widely used especially in fleet business.
Global Positioning System popularly known as GPS was originally designed for aiding war personnel but later became available for everyone. People in the fleet business exploited the most of this technology in making their business grow securely. This technology uses the radio signals that are emitted by the satellite to track down the position of the fleet, once it is done, it also receive signals from the tower that are near to the fleet to clear the picture of the surrounding and give a detailed image of it. GPS provide accurate position of the fleet and vehicle that helps the manager a lot.
GPS tracking technology has the facility to record data in real time and then send the same to the system with which it is attached. Manager can see these data with the help of some sophisticated software (these are also available in the market).
This tracking technology keeps record of the speed of the vehicle with which it is traveling, how many times adverse break has been applied (this help the manager in knowing how safely the driver drives he vehicle), route of the vehicle, position of the vehicle, places where the fleet made the halt, and how long the halts have been made (if this duration increases the manager can order them to move as this increases the idling time and they get overtime which is not beneficial for a fleet owner).
GPS keep all these data securely in order that can come handy for the manager who has to maintain all the data and paperwork related to all the work that goes down.
It also maintains and checks the condition of the all the fleet vehicles that went for work. It sends an alert to the system of the manager that a certain vehicle needs servicing as it is not fit for another work.
Owner of the fleet business must use GPS fleet tracker to make sure that his fleet, vehicles and the items and goods they are carrying (in some case passenger as well) are secure.
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