Maximise impact with a vehicle tracking solution that meets your needs
Regardless of your industry, a vehicle tracking system provides managers with insight into each vehicle’s status, overall performance, driver behaviour and more, to help optimise the business, improve planning and ultimately, provide better customer service. Over the past decade, a large number of businesses are relying on GPS vehicle tracking to improve fleet productivity and simply do more with less.
A comprehensive vehicle tracking system allows fleet managers to identify unsafe driving habits. Our platform allows users to create reports to learn how vehicles are being driven; this includes speeding, harsh braking, acceleration and cornering. By using the available data, fleet managers have seen a reduction of fuel costs and fewer accidents. Vehicle tracking can improve not only driver behaviour and safety but help business owners make more-informed decisions.
There are numerous laws and regulations surrounding fleet compliance, and companies must also adhere to all occupational health and safety laws. Fleet managers from various industries must assure compliance is being met and safety of their staff and the surrounding community is a top priority. Vehicle tracking systems provides visibility with easy, accurate and automated information into a single application.
The needs and requirements of your business are constantly evolving, finding a vehicle tracking system that can meet your business requirements now and also as your company grows is key to future proof your investment. Teletrac Navman offers great flexibility through its product enhancements and integrations with leading industry applications.
Rest easy knowing your compliance needs are met
Real-time fleet analytics provides immediate insight into the activity of a fleet
Easily identify your most at-risk drivers and develop a customised training plan
Maximise claim value with comprehensive off-road and fuel use reporting
At Teletrac Navman, we understand just how important it is to keep your customer satisfaction at the forefront of your business.
Customer loyalty is something that is earned over time, and so ensuring service levels are always as best performing as they can be is a top priority.
After all, without our customers, where would our business be?
Vehicle tracking can play a great part in this. Take a look at our short video to find out how.
What if we told you there was a tool to help you reduce fuel costs, look after your employees and manage overtime spend all in just one solution?
DIRECTOR by Teletrac Navman provides you with the ideal vehicle tracking solution to help you manage your entire fleet efficiently, but it is also the perfect solution to help track outgoing expenses.
So many of our customers use DIRECTOR to keep their costs low. Take a look at this short video to see how we can help.
Increasing productivity in your business is sometimes much more easier said than done.
With DIRECTOR by Teletrac Navman, it has never been so easy to plan your day-to-day schedules, reduce paperwork and robotic tasks, and of course, help you get more done in less time.
Our vehicle tracking solution is already being utilised by over 550,000 customers globally. Take a look at this short video to find out it helps their processes.
A vehicle tracking system uses both a hardware component and a software platform to monitor a wide range of information relating to an individual vehicle or asset within a fleet. The GPS tracking hardware collects the GPS coordinates of a vehicle alongside vehicle activity and the date and time, the activity took place. The software gathers the data including vehicle location, driver behaviour, engine diagnostics and vehicle activity, and visualises this information on the fleet management software.
Vehicle tracking systems are a great tool for businesses looking to accelerate their fleet operations. These technology-based resources can track not just cars but also a variety of medium-to-heavy-duty assets, buses, HGVs and specialty vehicles.
There is a large variety of GPS vehicle tracking systems and can vary from model, implementation type and how the system is powered. Battery powered GPS trackers are normally about the size of your palm and are then placed either inside or outside of a vehicle or asset. Another type of GPS tracker plugs in underneath the steering wheel of a vehicle in the OBD II port, which is also known as the computer diagnostics port. It looks like a small plug and can sometimes be seen protruding out of the port. It also tucked behind the dashboard to remain hidden. The hard-wired GPS tracking device is professionally installed in the vehicle and is hidden behind the vehicle dashboard.
Vehicle tracking systems are an essential tool for today’s fleet managers, dispatchers, and business owners, allowing them to accurately track and manage the movements and details of an entire fleet in real-time. The software integrates and interprets data collected from GPS trackers, machine diagnostics and other software programs to give users in-depth insight — all from behind a computer screen.
Selecting and implementing a vehicle tracking system takes proper planning and research. To have the most successful implementation of the system be sure to define business goals, set expectations, calculate costs, and understand how the vehicle tracking software will improve productivity and efficiency for everyone involved. Educate the employees using the system so they are aware of how this will affect them. Create a thorough and detailed on boarding program for the implementation process to ensure compliance and training of all employees.
Yes. Advanced vehicle tracking systems enable powered assets (such as construction equipment) and none powered assets (such as trailers) to be tracked and managed through the same platform.