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About GPS Telematics


What Is/Are "Telematics"?

You may be familiar with GPS devices like a Navman, Garman or even Google Maps on your smart phone. GPS can be use to track and get directions in relation to a lot of things.

Telematics often refer to fleets of vehciles and it involves using data or information collected a group.

Essentially, telematics can transform your fleet from a bunch of disparate, separate vehicles into a cohesive, organized fleet working together toward common goals.

Benefits Of Telematics

Contain Fuel Costs
Gain instight into a fleet's location, its fuel usage & mileage

Increased Productivity
Reduce Operational cost while lifting revenues

Increased Efficiency
Vehicle and driver behavioral data can be accessed to make smarter, more timely decisions

Real-time location of your vehicles
Easily access a complete, up-to-the-minute picture of your fleet, at your desk, on your tablet, or using your smartphone. Get access to an up-to-date picture of your fleet from anywhere (you desk, your table, or your smartphone) 

Reduce labor cost
Get access to vehicle and driver behavioral data to make decisions that help reduce labour.


It can also assist in tracking down stolen property, reducing fuel, and reducing speeding fines.

More About Telematics

Telematics can also be described as:

  • The technology of sending, receiving and storing information via telecommunication devices in conjunction with affecting control on remote objects.
  • The integrated use of telecommunications and informatics, for application in vehicles and with control of vehicles on the move.
  • Telematics includes but is not limited to Global Positioning System technology integrated with computers and mobile communications technology in automotive navigation systems.
  • Most narrowly, the term has evolved to refer to the use of such systems within road vehicles, in which case the term vehicle telematics may be used.

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