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Vehicle GPS Telematics

Vesource are partnered with Quartix Real time vehicle tracking. http://www.quartix.net/

Internet-based for easy access, using the Quartix business vehicle tracking system you can track your vehicles in real-time, anytime, using any internet-connected device. There is no need for proprietary software or maps - everything is accessed over the web.

The Quartix InfoPlus option includes a comprehensive range of reports and displays, helping you work with your mobile workforce to improve their driving, reducing their risk of accident and cutting fuel costs at the same time.

The reports available range from the daily driver briefing to the league table of driving scores which calculates total fleet performance during any period of time. The driver briefing shows speeds and utilisation for the day, together with the corresponding acceleration and braking profiles for the same periods. Links are provided from the graphs to the actual map location of any speeding, braking or acceleration incidents.

The driver is given an overall score for the day based on the factors shown in the next section. Live vehicle tracking system uses GPS satellites to locate your vehicles, and mobile technology to ensure that their positions, routes and logs are constantly updated. Google Maps, backed by Satellite, Street View and Traffic Integration, is used to pinpoint your vehicles.

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Contact us now on 01993 894981 for further information or complete our online enquiry form

01993 894981 info@vesource.co.uk
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