Need training? Antonio Cole, Customer Success Manager at Momentum IoT, here with another installment of training on our top-rated, award-winning GPS telematics product. For more on our business GPS telematics and tracking features, click here: https://momentumiot.com/fleet-management-software
This time, Antonio is showing you how to speed alert notifications, so you know when a vehicle is going faster than your pre-set limit. Why does this matter? Speeding while driving a company truck not only adds an unnecessary risk, but also a cost and liability you don’t need as a fleet manager. Our GPS telematics devices have spotted drivers going 90 MPH while towing loaded flatbed trailers! Not good.
Antonio Cole, Customer Success Manager at Momentum IoT, is here to give us a quick tutorial on how to set up speed alert monitors to track when a truck, van or passenger vehicle is travelling at an excessive speed.
Now we’ll give it a name. Let’s call it “Speeding.” Now we can set our speed limit using the plus or minus buttons. This just means you get a notification when the vehicle is traveling at a higher speed than the limit you set. (We suggest you set a high limit, so you don’t get a huge amount of notifications. You want to use this to manage by exception when a driver is going way too fast.) Let’s set it to 65 MPH in this example. Once you have set your speed threshold, select “Next.”
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Now we can assign this speeding monitor to the right asset or set of assets. You have a choice of assets categorized by global, location, group, or individual asset. For this example, let’s select the individual asset. This opens up a list of all your assets, and also a search bar in case you have so many assets that they’re not easily displayed. In this example, we’ll choose a van, and then hit “Next.”
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Choose to follow or unfollow it, select the priority, and choose what method you want to receive the notification. Do you want an email? Or a text? Or both? We’re choosing both. Then hit “add.” And then we’re done.
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You can review your settings by clicking on the monitor, if everything is good, hit “save.” If not, you can edit the monitor or delete the monitor. And that’s it!
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As always, if you have any questions, please feel free to reach out to Antonio at firstname.lastname@example.org, or call directly at 323-786-4523.