Tracking the fleet has become quintessential to survive in fierce competition between fleet companies. In addition to this tracking the fleet also helps in protecting vehicles from any sort of theft and illegal use.
An owner or the manager can know every single detail at any point of time if he or she is monitoring the vehicle. To avoid severe economic losses and credibility in the business all fleet owners depend on tracking systems such as GPS and GLONASS. These tracking technologies provide all the details like area where the vehicle is present, area code, vehicle number, speed with which it is traveling and all other minute details with the help of signals that are sent by satellites. All these signals are received by tracking receiver that are attached to vehicle and then display them in the system with the help of sophisticated softwares.
Most of the vehicles in the fleet business travel to far off places carrying goods and items sometime very precious one, also some carry passengers and to make sure that they are on right track and everything is going according to plan managers needs to keep an eye on them continuously. This is not possible without the use of tracking technology. They being attached to vehicle send real time data and provide all the information from driver's behavior to vehicle route, to speed of vehicle to everything.
Fleet is a group of vehicles like ship, truck and car etc. that carry goods, items and passengers. For a decade now fleet business is going strong and it is completely aided by tracking technologies. Though the original use of them was to assist war personnel but slowly it came into common use and was maximum exploited by people in fleet business.
Global Navigation Satellite System and Global Positioning System are the two most common and widely used tracking technology of the world and are most relied own by the people in fleet industry. They send real time update that can be seen by owner even if he is sitting in a far off place. He can see all the information in his system with softwares.
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