GPS Insight adds speed reporting

GPS Insight has added a posted speed limit report to its tracking solutions to help identify reckless driving patterns among drivers. The enhanced Speeding Report lets management know where drivers are driving too fast or slow relative to the actual or most likely posted speed limit

GPS Insight has added a posted speed limit report to its tracking solutions to help identify reckless driving patterns among drivers. The enhanced Speeding Report lets management know where drivers are driving too fast or slow relative to the actual or most likely posted speed limit.

In addition to the new reporting capability, speed graphs and histograms also help to quickly identify trends both short term and long term as well as 30 min. before and after the speeding event.

“With this enhancement to GPS Insight, customers can now easily rank their drivers in terms of aggressive driving patterns, and drill down instantly to exact whereabouts of excessive speed incidents,” said Robert Donat, president. “Using Street View, our customers can also easily visualize the road conditions present and even ratify the data by looking for a speed limit sign. GPS Insight now allows our customers to crunch up to 3 months worth of driving data at a time to provide an unquestionably accurate determination of both aggressive drivers, as well as drivers who may be intentionally extending their drive time to gain more overtime. We expect this to be one of the most valuable additions to the GPS Insight product ever developed.”

The company has also updated its marketing web site at www.gpsinsight.com. The new site offers more functionality, allowing GPS Insight to quickly update the site each time a new product release or enhancement is added. Visitors will find the site easier to navigate and the introduction of video demonstrations, blogs and new product training make it more user-friendly, the company said.

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