Combines the use of automatic vehicle location in individual vehicles with software that collects these fleet data for a comprehensive picture of vehicle locations. Modern vehicle tracking systems commonly use GPS and GSM technology for locating the vehicle, but other types of automatic vehicle location technology can also be used. Vehicle information can be viewed on electronic maps via the Internet or specialized software. Urban public transit authorities are an increasingly common user of vehicle tracking systems, particularly in large cities.
The most common use of vehicle tracking is in logistics and transport; these systems make use of GPS and GSM technology to provide precise and constant location telematics to an individual fleet manager.
These systems are typically equipped with features to monitor statistics such as; fuel consumption, average speed, current driver time and location.
- Manual track on Google Earth allows the user to dial the SIM card in the track to get the full information through SMS
- Track on PDA & cell phone
- Get location in real street/address name by cell phone.
- Track on Web-based Monitor Center by GPRS
- Geofencing, the hardware unit can be programmed to give automatic notification if a vehicle has either entered or exited an area (Geofencing).
- The vehicle history feature provides the opportunity to view/review where vehicles have been. It is possible to know not just where, who and when, but also exactly how a particular vehicle performed.
- Track Mode reporting (useful in emergency situations where timed track reports can be sent every 90 seconds).
- Queues messages when out-of-coverage and transmits them when it returns to a coverage area.
- Emergency/Call/Panic applications.
- Historical reports. These reports include trip, speeding, stop and history reporting.
- Page Driver capabilities to contact the driver.
- Speeding alerts to view if the vehicle is operating above a set speed.
- Disable engine capabilities.
- Mileage monitoring to facilitate oil change schedule.
- Vehicle status indicator, you are able to tell if your vehicle is turned On or Off.
- Theft alert capabilities monitor the behavior of the vehicle if it moves while the ignition is off.
- Support for 12, 24, and 30 volts without the need for external converters.
- Over-the-air configuration capabilities.
- SOS button which upon activation sends SMS messages to up to programmable phone number.
- Cell phone capabilities.
- Three programmable quick-dial buttons.
- Wiretapping capabilities. This feature allows for the user to send a command to the device instructing it to initiate a phone call with a specified phone number without the intervention of the device carrier, then the user can hear anything that happens within the vicinity of the device.
- Unauthorized movement detection.
- SMS communication capabilities
- Lightweight device.
- Speed and heading reports.