There have been many advancements in cellular and satellite communication technologies over the last decade. These advancements have allowed the development of GPS tracking devices to progress to a point by which they are now available for use on everyday road vehicles.
Trucks, vans, vehicles, barges and equipment can all be tracked using a GPS tracking device. These devices can provide detailed information on the status of vehicles, as well as employees and inventory. The information relayed by these devices is in real-time. This allows vehicles to be located with greater efficiency than any other previous tracking methods used in the past. This way of tracking is extremely valuable to businesses who want to remain competitive in the logistics industry.
GPS tracking devices can also be used as fleet tracking devices when used on trucks and other logistics vehicles. These work by connecting to a dedicated online fleet management system, allowing businesses to keep track of their vehicles with high efficiency.