Technology-savvy people who believe that cellular technology is a major asset to have and may even save their lives during pivotal junctures are somewhat right in their assumptions. Or they’re not truly thinking outside the box. While conventional cell phone ownership means having access to Google, E911 and other major location specifics, owning personal GPS tracking devices will provide more security than mobile devices, and for obvious reasons. Straight out the box, fleet GPS tracking technology indemnifies the driver, equips the fleet owner with powerful resources and improves overall safety.
Protects Fleet Drivers
Wearing fleet GPS tracking technology in obtrusive places will not only deter vehicular thievery, it will provide some measure of traceability when you’ve been badly beaten or your truck has been compromised. Since newer models could react to distress signals simply by pushing a button, sticking your GPS tracking device somewhere clandestine will ensure that the vehicle’s movement is being tracked in real-time.
Provides Quicker Communication
Nobody can get to payphones when stuck 50 miles outside of town. When your cellphone is dead and grandparents had some epileptic seizure or myocardial infarction, getting immediate attention can prove difficult if your whereabouts are unknown. Global position systems can provide you with instant rescue as it utilizes satellite-technology that can pinpoint your area for ambulatory care. There are many technological and security loopholes in cellular technology and our systems fills these gaps and rectifies the security deficiencies of yesterday’s technology. We pride ourselves on the fact that we are ahead of the technology curve.
Remember, fleet GPS tracking technology doesn’t cost any more or less than long-term communication issues may. Instead of risking your equipment, your peace of mind and having your equipment stolen, it’s pretty smart for trucking companies to invest wisely in fleet global positioning. The time spent investigating, installing and protecting your present and future workforce is well worth it.