GPS Tracking – Stay Ahead of Repairs & on Top of Preventative Maintenance With Telematics Data
GPS (global positioning system) tracking, sometimes called telematics, isn’t just about vehicle tracking to prevent machine theft, but one of the best ways to reduce machine repair costs and downtime.
How the Fleet Tracking System Works
After the installation of the wired version of the telematics device (T5 GPS device) in your heavy equipment, telematics devices will continue monitoring your equipment. You will receive telematics data such as battery life, idling hours, fuel consumption, and other parameters on all your fleet vehicles.
With this continuous monitoring, the telematics system shows you trends as well as live readings of your heavy equipment such as battery life, engine hours and etc that will help you improve your vehicle health. Telematics devices can also be used to immobilize your equipment remotely to protect your fleet assets from theft.
Even better, telematics technology helps you save time and money on administrative duties, thanks to better optimization and alerts across your entire fleet. GPS fleet tracking software helps you to see where all of your machines are at any given time with telematics systems, schedule regular vehicle maintenance, and even avoid major issues with preventative maintenance.
What Our GPS Trackers Monitor
Engine on/off time
Benefits of GPS Telematics Devices for Vehicle Maintenance
Alerts for service appointments (especially pre-scheduled preventative maintenance)
Increased fleet efficiency by setting parameters such as low tire pressure, oil, and engine performance
GPS technology reduces downtime by getting to vehicle maintenance needs before they become major problems
Increase productivity by reducing downtime
Stay in compliance with safety regulations
GPS tracking system sends alerts for theft or unauthorized use
Save on fuel costs by decreasing fuel consumption with GPS tracking systems
Geofencing and GPS vehicle tracking