With remote vehicle monitoring, lone worker safety features, and driver login authentication, fleet operators can locate and monitor the location and security status of all their mobile assets - in real time. Discover how you can improve driver and asset security, reduce overtime and automate maintenance schedules.
Anytracking coupled with the GOS series and a wide range of peripheral accessory products enables Government fleets to streamline their operations and maintenance practices, improve productivity and efficiency, while lowering overall operating costs.
- Automatic Vehicle Location (AVL)
- Real-time mapping
- Automated data collection and reporting
- Includes Landmarks, telemetry and vehicle maintenance reports
- Extensive Geofence feature set and unlimited Landmarks
- Comprehensive on-board engine and vehicle diagnostics
- Flexible data exchange with third party applications
Remote Vehicle Monitoring
Gosafe enables Fleet Operators to accurately monitor and control their vehicles and mobile assets remotely using Telemetry. Information such as Power Take Off Activation, or Panic Button Activation is transmitted in real-time to the anytracking portal for viewing, reporting, or alerting.
The Gosafe tracking Series also provides vehicle history and corresponding telemetry information to Anytracking. For example: Know when the streets have been cleaned by accurately monitoring when the brushes on a street sweeper have been lowered.
Lone Worker Safety Features
A number of worker safety features have been designed to address the Lone Worker legislation. Panic buttons once depressed, automatically alert Dispatch personnel. Remote panic buttons allow employees to send an alert from outside the vehicle using a key fob. Once the panic button is activated, the vehicle horn can also be activated to provide local visibility in addition to a remote notification.
The safety check system is designed to enhance the safety of workers working in isolation 24 hours a day, 7 days a week and leverages the Mobile Data Terminal (MDT) 2000e in-vehicle driver-dispatch communications device. The employee is required to check in regularly while on duty, and if a checkpoint is missed, a periodic audible alert will sound. If the employee is down or the alert is not acted upon within a defined time, an alert will be triggered.
Driver Login Authentication
To ensure only authorized users can operate a vehicle, the GOS-9600 series device requires fleet personnel to login. The GOS-9600 Locator Series can be configured to disable the Vehicle Starter if the driver is not authorized. Login and authentication can take place through a card swipe, or username and password. Also mitigate security threats with complete knowledge control of your assets at all times.