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Ms. Wagner called the police and activated the stolen vehicle’s fleet GPS system, installed inside the vehicle. Next thing you know, the chase was on.
Upon installing FieldLogix fleet GPS, Carlos’ suspicions were immediately confirmed, and what he found was much worse than he had ever suspected.
By using the system’s activity reports, he found that his “honor system” was being abused by his employees. By having an accurate way to measure daily work hours, his overtime costs dropped immediately.
****In fact, his overtime costs dropped by more than 2 hours per man per day with no change in the workload. Based on Carlos’ calculations, he paid for the entire first year of the system within the first 18 days. ****
In an effort to improve the efficiency and provide more commuter-friendly services, fleet GPS tracking technology will be installed in about 12,000 buses.
In real-time, the GPS fleet tracking system tells the Department of Public Services where trucks are located, how much salt the trucks are using, whether truck plows are up or down and how fast the trucks are going.
Robert Crawley, owner of Robert’s Coffee and Vending Service in Longview, TX, told the Longview News Journal his firm operates a fleet of about 20 delivery trucks and service vehicles.
Crawley said, “compared to this time last year we’re spending about $500 more a week on gasoline. So far, we’ve absorbed the expense and haven’t had to pass it along to our customers.”