GPS Tracking

GPS tracking is at the heart of any fleet management process. Real-time vehicle tracking is an effective way to improve your fleet performance. The system is designed to collect live data about your vehicles which can be accessed anytime.  

GPS Tracking system is composed of:  

 The on-board terminal collects data from sensors found in your vehicles and sends all information to the fleet management system

The management software, a double edge sword, does not only show you the geographic position of your vehicles. With advanced telematics features, you are able to generate reports and track hundreds of data such as: 

  • Speed
  • Location  
  • Direction 
  • Engine RPMs 
  • Fuel level & consumption 
  • Tire pressure
  • Onboard voltage
  • And much more…


These information are easily accessible anywhere, credit to a cloud-based fleet management platform. Such tools are intensive assets to monitor vehicles, irrespective of the size of the fleet. Aligning your fleet with the latest technology is an important part of successful fleet management.  

Our on-board terminals can be used to monitor different types of vehicles:  

  • Heavy and light vehicles, 
  • Construction, off-road and agriculture vehicles, 
  • Gas stations and mobile fuel tankers,
  • Heavy machinery.

Find more about our on-board terminals here : 


Advantages of GPS Tracking

Save money

With GPS tracking, you can plan the shortest route for your vehicles, thus reducing fuel cost.

Time saver

Time is money. When using a real-time monitoring system, you can guide your drivers so that they don't get stuck in traffic.

Maximize efficiency

Detailed insights from on-board terminals can be used to maximise efficiency and identify key money-saving operation parts.

Real-time tracking

Having full visibility on your fleet in real-time enables you to react to any changes and make better informed decisions.

Driver behaviour

With data such as speed, driving direction, coordinates and engine RPMs, you can monitor your driver behavior and take corrective actions when necessary.

Remain competitive

Monitoring driver behavior, fuel usage and engine idling help to improve efficiency and safety.