Ctrack launches new fleet monitoring solution

By Sarah Ann McCay26 September 2013

UK-based vehicle tracking and fleet management firm Ctrack has launched a new advanced monitoring solution for plant and equipment.

The solution, using Ctrack Wireless, a rechargeable battery-powered tracking system, provides operators with real-time visibility of all assets.

The system also provides access to a suite of reports to enhance management control, maintenance scheduling, billing and security.

A transport mode, which automatically identifies when plant or equipment is in transit, prevents the capture of unnecessary data.

John Wisdom, managing director of Ctrack, said; “Having complete visibility and control of assets when they are remotely based is a major challenge for plant and equipment hire companies as well as companies operating plant machinery, so our solution is designed to address these issues to help them save time and money.

“Accessing critical data provides both operational insight and business intelligence that will ultimately help boost performance, productivity and profitability of an organisation."

The tracking solution also offers anti-theft and-tamper alerts to detect and report any potential risks. This includes the ability to identify any attempts to interfere with the battery or jam the GPS or GSM signals, whilst an in-built motion detector and configurable geo-zones will notify of any unauthorised movements outside of approved areas.

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