Glossary of Terms

GPS Fleet Tracking

GPS fleet tracking is made possible with a combination of hardware, a wireless data network, web servers, and specialized software. The process begins with GPS hardware communicating with satellites to determine location and record vehicle functions. Data is then transmitted by wireless network to a web server where the information is stored. Finally, users can access the data with software and view real-time tracking data or detailed reports of previous activities.

Tracking fleets of all sizes is made effortless and streamlined with StreetEagle. If your fleet consists of 500 vehicles, maps displayed don’t have to be cluttered with every vehicle, all their individual details, and surrounding landmarks. You can easily customize details displayed to suit your needs. If tracking a certain vehicle, click on its name to display only that vehicle on the map. Then, choose what information you want displayed. If a route must be determined, enter an address and StreetEagle will instantly find the quickest path to take.

Such routing capabilities can reduce your company’s fuel expenses from the first day. But how do you provide your drivers with this information? StreetEagle can work in conjunction with the software you’re currently using. If this includes a dispatching program, StreetEagle can be incorporated without complicating matters like so many other GPS tracking services would.

StreetEagle’s open architecture also provides further customization to meet our clients’ specific requirements. If one of our plans providing updated information every two, five, or 10 minutes isn’t frequent enough, we can set the update rate to mere seconds if it’s needed. But to configure our products and services to meet your needs, we will need additional information. Complete our Information Request form and we can discuss tailoring our StreetEagle software and service plans to your needs.

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