Telematics provider Teletrac has unveiled a specialized solution suite designed for small and midsize fleets. Teletrac 20/20 takes vehicle location and GPS vehicle tracking to a new level, the company said, offering new fleet efficiencies, improved fuel savings, improved on-time performance and driver and dispatcher productivity.
“With the release of Teletrac 20/20, companies with small to midsize fleets needing to focus on tracking mobile assets, now have access to a solution offering a comprehensive feature set aimed specifically at their operations and business requirements,” said Tony Eales, CEO. “Further, as a result of our 22-year technology leadership and success of Teletrac’s flagship solution, Fleet Director 7, Teletrac 20/20 uniquely offers the most advanced big fleet technology in an affordable, easy- to- use solution for small to midsize fleets.”
Teletrac 20/20 utilizes some of the most advanced technologies available, the company said, including Microsoft’s Silverlight and BING Maps for enhanced visualization and animation, interactive mapping and video playback. The result is a uniquely clear vision and focus for dispatchers to track mobile assets and manage operations.
Other benefits of the system, according to Teletrac, are reduced driver overtime and unauthorized vehicle use, reduced back-office paperwork, improved preventative maintenance and even lower insurance premiums.
Advanced satellite mapping with conventional roadmaps in 2D and 3D views including live traffic give dispatchers realistic and detailed maps on which to base operational decisions; automatically identifying nearest vehicle based on actual vehicle speed, actual distance and estimated arrival time provides the most accurate information for enhancing the customers’ service experience, and multiple and detailed vehicle reports help monitor driver performance and provides advanced decision support for more efficient regulatory compliance.
With BING Mapping technology, the system layers location-relevant data on top of imagery taken from satellite sensors, aerial cameras, Streetside imagery, 3D city models and terrain, providing vivid images, Teletrac said. With the ability to easily overlay standard or custom data points, dispatchers are able to more readily assign and track vehicles and routes.
An at-a-glance dashboard can drill down customized information and offers 15 different reports for viewing via a web browser. Up to four reports can also be automatically generated, scheduled and delivered via email—daily, weekly or monthly— according to each recipient’s needs and preferences.