For companies with own truck fleet a task of each single vehicle control continues to be relevant. Due to the actions of unscrupulous drivers a vehicle may not arrive at the point of destination at the given time, and fuel consumption may exceed the estimated norm many-fold. Negative implications of these situations will definitely have impact on the company budget. That’s why now more and more automobile operating companies start mounting GPS-based Vehicle Control systems.
These systems operate on satellite-based navigation principle and, depending on the model, include:
Devices are mounted in a vehicle and operate in any vehicle operating mode: during movement, stops and even when ignition is off.
The main purpose of this device is tracking a vehicle location on-line. Receiving a signal from tracker, an operator may get to know, if the vehicle is moving along a scheduled route and its speed, how many stops were made during the trip. All of this allows to exclude the probability of using a company vehicle for personal purposes and timely take actions in case of force majeure situations on the road.
In addition, GLONASS vehicle tracking systems may provide for:
Data, obtained from GPS-control systems, is preserved in a local base for a period of time, set by the user. This gives an opportunity to obtain detailed information about any single vehicle operation, reconstruct the route of its movement and modes of operation along the route.
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