The construction industry is complex. Some companies completely outsource, others self-perform, and others do both. Knowing where vehicles are, controlling overtime, maintaining deadlines, insuring employees are using assets for side jobs, etc. are extreme challenges. Fortunately, there are tools available to assist in achieving these goals. Like government agencies, with a logo on their vehicles, they are at very high risk of lawsuits. So they too, must take a proactive role of ensuring that their employees are driving safely and their vehicles are being used for their intended purpose and for company use only.

Odd Hours Reporting

Our GPS solutions enable our clients to know when vehicles are being used outside of assigned hours for side jobs, etc. This feature provides immediate notice if a vehicle is stolen or perhaps being used for personal use. Personal use of company vehicles raises liability, reduces vehicle life, increases vehicle maintenance, and reduces available fuel – thereby raising costs.

Speeding, Hard Braking and Rapid Acceleration & Idling

By being able to manage driver behavior, an agency is much less likely to find itself involved in a lawsuit. This technology easily allows management to manage to exception and identify only violations of speed policies, reckless driving and excessive idling. All of these have direct impact on costs associated with fuel, maintenance, new vehicles, and emissions.

Geo-Fences and Landmarks

By properly establishing and using electronic fences and locations indicators, companies can manage operational goals (number of hours on a site, arrival and departure times, on-time percentage, etc.), identify problem areas, identify secure areas, identify areas of opportunity, etc.


Although most people think that tracking solutions are used to discipline employees, the opposite is actually true. Most people are good employees. The fact of the matter is that agencies are most often able to use the technology to verify that their employee or vehicle was not the one in question from a complainant.

Disaster Response

Most non-public agency fleets don’t consider having a disaster response plan. If they do, they usually do not include their vehicles. By having all vehicles operating with a universal solution, companies can properly create, manage and administer company-wide disaster response initiatives. However, first-and-foremost, companies of every/any size can immediately verify the safety of its employees.


With the appropriate use of vehicle camera systems and backing sensors, companies can immediately reduce liability, increase employee safety, increase public safety, and reduce the cost associated with vehicle damage. Cameras include dual-vision in-cab camera options as well as traditional backing camera solutions.



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