Telematics technology doesn’t just improve efficiency and cut costs for fleet and safety managers. It’s even being used by a European rugby team, which attaches the devices to players to monitor fatigue and force delivered during matches.
This recently became a point of contention when a French rugby coach refused to close the roof on the stadium, despite inclement weather, because the coach feared that would interfere with the signal.
“We want to use the GPS,” Philippe Saint-Andre said.
If it can help a rugby team, what could it do for your fleet?
Having discovered the same advantages as the French coach, Driver’s Alert customers with fleet GPS tracking technology from Geotab know it’s essential to the way they do business.
Driver’s Alert GPS customers consistently find fuel savings of at least 10 percent through reductions in idling, speeding and other inefficiencies. GPS fleet tracking units also significantly lower insurance, reduce claims and workers’ comp costs by identifying high-risk drivers and trends.
Our proprietary software integrates GPS with the driver’s observation and online training programs. In addition, the software filters and consolidates data into actionable alerts, assuring you won’t be overwhelmed with redundant warnings for the same driver infractions.
Why not give us a test drive and see how GPS could benefit your company?