Now you're in control. Our award-winning GPS Telematics dashboard lets you manage your fleet at a glance. Group assets by location, asset type, or other custom criteria. Quickly find and sort by operating status, such as idled, parked, or moving. Know where your trucks are, how they're doing, and where they're going.
Real-time reporting puts you in the driver’s seat. You can set up to get an alert if a vehicle has idled for too long. You can get alerts via text, email, or in-app notification. Our Trips and Mileage reports can be downloaded into .csv or Excel files.
Now you can use GPS Telematics to track maintenance and operating performance before issues arise. You’ll know fuel levels, and can compare to routes driven. You can set up monitors to track geolocation exit/entry, low battery alerts, speed alerts, disconnect alerts, and more.
Our GPS Telematics devices were designed to be provisioned, managed, and updated over the cloud. Our API gives integrators access to device data, to build telematics into their applications.
Our Eagle devices offer the industry’s leading security standard. 1-to-1 communication, end to end encrypted, and compressed. This is the industry's gold standard for security.
Tracking fuel consumption, managing off-duty use, and reducing idle times are just some ways fleet managers are reducing their fleet operating costs with GPS telematics.
Get techs to job sites on time. Set an alert to know when they arrive, and keep them on schedule. Automatically send a text or email to customers when a service vehicle has arrived at a job site.
Fleet tracking is a set of tech-enabled systems designed to help fleet managers manage their fleets, drivers and all rolling assets. Most fleet tracking systems include a combination of: • connected devices installed into trucks, trailers, and equipment, • an Internet of Things (IoT) platform or servers which centralize the data collected from the connected devices, and • an application or dashboard to view the data, often on an embedded Google map. These systems are sometimes interchangeably called “telematics.”
Fleet Tracking devices often connect to a vehicle’s On-Board Diagnostic (OBD) Port. When connected to this port, a fleet tracking device can collect and communicate advanced diagnostic data, in addition to location and speed. Common features of fleet tracking systems include: • Location • Trip Tracking • History of Trips • Mileage/Odometer • Breadcrumbs during a trip • Speed • Direction • Fuel Level • Battery Voltage • Diagnostic Trouble Code (DTC) notification
Some Fleet Tracking systems enable a manager to receive real-time performance information, via email or text or in-app notification. Here are some examples of monitors: • Geofence exit/entry alert • Speed threshold alert • Battery voltage alert • Disconnection alert • Excessive Idling alert
Fleet Tracking systems offer a variety of benefits. In the simplest sense, fleet tracking enables a manager to know where his assets are, where they are going, and how they are performing. The manager can answer questions such as: Are my drivers where they are supposed to be? Which driver or asset is closest to a job site and available for dispatch? What is my fuel consumption today? How can I manage idling time and who are my drivers idling the most?
Some Fleet Tracking Systems offer on-demand and downloadable reports. These can be downloaded into a spreadsheet for easy sorting and analysis. Some important Fleet Tracking system reports are: • Idling Reports • Mileage Reports • Trip Reports
Test drive Momentum IoT for Fleets from your browser. Experience the power of telematics in seconds! Simulated connected assets enable you to see our tracking application in action. Set up a monitor, get an alert. See mileage reports and trip histories. Play with it!
We’ll ship you a GPS telematics device for a trial evaluation. No credit card required. There’s zero risk – if Momentum isn’t right for you can simply send the gear back.
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