Tracking System

Storm Tracking System Unveiled in Seattle – Predicts Bad Weather More Accurately Than Ever

Bad weather can’t be controlled, but now it can be more accurately measured and predicted, thanks to a brand new storm tracking system unveiled this weekend by Seattle Mayor Mike McGinn. Bad weather costs the city millions every year, and sometimes storms can be deadly. For example, in December 2006, a woman drowned in her basement from a surge of floodwater. This storm alone resulted in over 300 damage claims, and cost the city $3.2 million.

The city expects the new storm tracking system will save the city money, and help protect its people and their property by giving them faster, more accurate warnings. Plus it can help to ease traffic congestion and reduce car accidents caused by big storms.

VanGuard Alarms Says Dispatching is Simpler and More Efficient With FieldLogix Fleet Tracking System

Archived Routing Information – FieldLogix offers present-time and archival routing information so he knows where drivers have traveled and where they are heading. By combining location- and time-based information, he can easily track the exact number of hours to charge customers and verify employee hours worked. This helps with accurate billing, payroll, and fewer overtime hours.

Bailey said, “My guys travel quite frequently but FieldLogix gives me the exact time when an employee started a vehicle, when he arrived or left a job site, and when the vehicle was shut off. l know exactly how long the employee took at each site and how long they worked during the entire day.”