Fleet and Logistics Management
Running a fleet or mobile workforce requires sophisticated GIS technology to take the guesswork out of tracking vehicles and other moving assets.
Fleet managers use GPS or GSM/GPRS technology and digital mapping to reveal the whereabouts of each fleet vehicle to within a few meters. Operators and despatch controllers can track the precise status and location of each vehicle in real-time, using scalable digital maps, visible down to street level.
Digital maps are essential for the planning and optimisation of routes, determining delivery schedules, and replaying routes to determine where vehicles have been, where drivers spend their time and are able to identify the best possible routes in the shortest possible time, saving time and driving up customer satisfaction and service delivery. Combining earth imagery with your GPS application helps you more accurately see the location of each of your assets and how to better manage all of them, even when you are on the go.
Monitor five key operations:
- Driver behaviour patterns
- Manage costs
- Improve driver productivity and efficiency
- Reduce CO2 Emissions
- Reduce Kilometres Travelled
Fleet and Logistics Management Case Studies