Better manage fuel costs and compliance with GPS fleet management solutions.
Your business depends on your fleet to effectively transport and deliver products, reliably and on time. Our fleet management solutions provide an easy-to-use platform that allows you to keep your fleets efficient, from suggesting the best routes to reduce miles driven, to keeping fuel costs down and providing valuable insight to ensure your fleet can keep up with your business demands.Build Your Solution Explore Our Platform
Eliminate hours of paperwork and track essential information as it happens with easy, accurate, automated compliance information. Our team of industry experts track driver hour regulations across the UK as they evolve, to help your business remain compliant.
With our Fatigue Management tachograph solution, you’re able to see everything through one lens, meaning you can maximise driving time, remain compliant and keep your drivers safe. What’s more, you’re also able to drill down to view more compliance data, such as next break requirements, time until next weekly rest, available extended drive and drive time for the day/week/fortnight – all allowing you to make quick decisions when allocating jobs.
When there is volatility in fuel prices, your profits fluctuate. Reduce fuel costs by proactively monitoring different aspects of your operations. Plan routes efficiently to cut down miles, reducing fuel usage. Monitor vehicle diagnostics to know how your trucks are using fuel so you can redeploy your most efficient vehicles to the longer routes. Our solutions allow you to monitor vehicle idle times, send alerts when over-idling occurs and track fuel use when using your power take-off (PTO).
Built-in reporting offers smarter ways to control your costs. Fuel card partner integrations offer you a more effective way to monitor fuel expenses and reduce costs. It’s a collective responsibility to reduce our carbon footprint and we help make it possible.
Private fleets can drive competitive differentiation, which improves bottom-line growth. Our business intelligence modules extract data from diverse sources and use fleet utilisation reports to take the guesswork out of how to best manage your fleet.
With our easy-to-use maintenance modules, you can stay focused on productivity by keeping assets in-service and avoiding unnecessary downtime. You can also set up vehicle diagnostic alerts to ensure assets are performing at optimal levels.
Our Driver ID solution gives you the choice of immobilising vehicles if an ID isn't entered, eliminating the problem of incomplete reports, unreliable data and unallocated journeys.
Not only does this allow you to confidently track your vehicles and know exactly which driver is using them at what time, but also ensures more accurate data to monitor consistency in driver behaviour trends. This complete peace of mind means you can rest assured your reports will be fully compliant and gives you the opportunity to pin-point immediately any areas for concern.
We offer 3 variants of our Driver ID Solution: a keypad, key fob or an ID card – giving you the choice to see which option works best for you and your business.
Our Asset Tracking Sensors are small GPS units, which use the latest IoT (Internet of Things) networks, and they’re ideal for keeping track of non-powered assets such as containers, generators, skip bins, tools and construction equipment.
Our ATS1 and ATS2 devices can both be self-installed in seconds, and then you're able to report on equipment location, activity and utilisation by site. You can also define job sites through GPS geofences and receive alerts on equipment events such as movement from sites after hours indicating potential theft.
Now you can see all your vehicles, machinery, generators and other critical assets together in one system, meaning you can run your business with confidence and accelerate your productivity.
Telematics can help reduce fuel burn and expenses, by using this technology to shorten vehicle routes and decrease engine idling time. Telematics can also identify driver behaviours that consume excess fuel, and help fleet managers recognise when engine performance is affecting fuel economy.
Insurance companies make decisions on premium costs based on claim histories – the record of events that indicates whether a commercial vehicle operator is a good risk. The following are factors when determining an insurance premium for each driver: 1. Driver behaviour 2. Previous accidents 3. Violations