How does a GPS tracking system work?

  • GPS trackers connect to a series of satellites to determine location. The tracker uses a process called trilateration which uses the position of three or more satellites from the Global Navigation Satellite System (GNSS) network and its distance from them to determine latitude, longitude, elevation, and time.

What is required to start using any of the fleet management and tracking system solutions?

  • First of all, the equipment needs to be equipped with a GPS/GPRS telematics unit. This unit will send the data to the solution of your choice.

Can I use my own tracking device?

  • Yes, if this device is compatible with our systems. You can see the list of compatible devices here. New equipment is adapted on the basis of economic considerations.

GPS Tracking for Vehicles

  • Reduce costs of vehicle exploitation and car use taxes.
  • Increase fleet exploitation efficiency.
  • Simplify logistics planning and accountancy.
  • map - marking of routes including the stops, their time and duration.
  • easy to read charts - fuel status and other indicators


  • Durability – The equipment needs to be able to withstand jostling, foul weather, tampering, and any other condition that might be encountered in the field. Durability is critical to the longevity of trailer gps tracking.

  • Reliable reporting – In many cases, you will not be able to get to your trailers quickly, especially if they are in another part of the country, which is why it is so important for you to get reliable information on a regular basis.

  • Longevity – Because trailers do not need to be serviced as frequently as vehicles, GPS tracking units stay in the field for much longer periods of time. You want to be confident that batteries will last for several years.

  • Network flexibility – Look for a system that employs both GPRS and CDMA wireless networks to transfer data from the unit to your software.

  • Alerts – You might want to know when a trailer is in motion or whether it is moving when it is not supposed to be. A good GPS tracking system for trailers will have both motion and off-hour alerts. You should also look for power disconnect alerts so you know when a vehicle has been disconnected from a trailer.

  • Regular updates – If a trailer is stolen or moved to an unwanted location, the sooner you know about it, the faster you can act on it. Look for a system that provides updates at least once every six hours.