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How Government Fleets Use GPS Fleet Tracking Software

Posted on the 06 February 2014 by Gpsinsight1 @gpsinsight

How Government Fleets Use GPS Fleet Tracking

Government fleets have been heavy adopters of GPS fleet tracking software, also known as AVL (Automatic Vehicle Location). This mainly includes state and municipal fleets throughout North America. GPS tracking is used to track most, if not all, of the vehicles in each department.

This includes, but is not limited to:

  • Dept. of Transportation
  • Public Works
  • Public Utilities
  • Human Services
  • Parks & Rec
  • Emergency Response

GPS Fleet Tracking Software

All GPS fleet tracking products include a customer specific website that displays vehicle tracking and monitoring information requiring no software installation, and is available 24/7 on any device with internet access. All vehicle location data is transmitted wirelessly by either cellular or satellite communication.

GPS Fleet Tracking Software

GPS Fleet Tracking Software

Government fleets use fleet tracking technology to monitor fuel usage, improve routing, control labor costs, improve public and driver safety, and so much more gained from location intelligence. You can go to our Government fleet tracking page to learn more of the benefits.

GSA for GPS Tracking

How Government Fleets Use GPS Fleet Tracking Software

Industry leading GPS tracking providers, such as GPS Insight, will be found on the GSA schedule for simplified purchasing.

If you are interested in recent success stories from Government fleets, please read a short case study on City of Worcester, MA and City of Pampa, TX.

For more information on vehicle tracking for your fleet, contact us today!

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