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Teletrac Navman Launches Telematics, Safety Solution

Teletrac Navman has launched its Driver Safety Analytics Solution that's part of the telematics vendor's Director platform. The product combines GPS tracking data and event replays, dashboard camera technology, driver scorecards, and analytics.

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12 Telematics Trends and Technologies

If there is one constant with telematics, it’s change. New technology emerges rapidly — and the way that technology is used evolves at the very same time. That means new trends are always on the horizon.

How to Use Telematics to Increase Productivity

Five fleets weigh in on how they use GPS tracking, vehicle diagnostics, electronic communication and vehicle and driver data to automate tasks and improve performance.

6 Keys to an Effective Cell Phone Policy

Just having a policy against distracted driving isn’t enough — your company could still be considered negligent if the policy isn’t enforced. Employee education and managerial support are vital steps toward preventing this dangerous practice.

Using GPS to Reduce Payroll Expense

Learn how three fleets are using GPS systems to realize significant reductions in payroll expense.

8 Tips to Gaining Driver Buy-in on a Telematics System

After the pain of layoffs and cutbacks during the recession, your employees should get that business efficiency is paramount now more than ever before.

Somebody Call Security!

Three security industry veterans share their strategies for procuring, maintaining and keeping track of the vehicles that help keep our homes and businesses safe.

A Few Thoughts on Better Utilization of Fleet Vehicles

Technology is making possible peer-to-peer car sharing, “fleet sharing,” one-way rentals and getting more use out of pool vehicles.

Small Fleet Management is not an Afterthought

With so much room for improvement, small fleets can achieve greater savings with better fleet management a lot quicker and easier than their large fleet cousins.

U.S. Begins Deploying the Next Generation of GPS

Truck fleets were among the earliest adopters of GPS technology. GPS is used to reduce fuel spend by optimizing routing, increase driver accountability by deterring speeding and excessive idling, track hours of service and overtime, and prevent unauthorized usage of assets. A new generation of more powerful and sophisticated satellites are being deployed, which promise to take the GPS to the next level.