Teletrac, a provider of intelligent driving solutions, has released the latest version of its fleet management vehicle tracking technology, Fleet Director 7. With this release, fleet managers gain advantages such as improved fuel savings, vehicle efficiency, driver productivity, loss prevention and, in many cases, lower insurance costs and higher satisfaction among fleet operators’ customers, according to the company.
Teletrac says these and other advantages stem from the most fully integrated features the company has offered in its 20-year history, including GPS-based tracking, vehicle and driver monitoring, dynamic routing with real-time traffic data, advanced navigation and other powerful capabilities.
“With Fleet Director 7, we deliver the industry’s most complete feature set,” says Tony Eales, chief executive officer of Teletrac, based in Garden Grove, Calif. “While Fleet Director has won numerous awards, this latest release takes intelligent driving to a completely new level.”
According to the company, Fleet Director locates, tracks and monitors the position and operation of fleet vehicles, giving fleet managers visibility into operations and delivering cost-saving efficiencies such as real-time tracking of vehicles from the desktop, automatic route optimization and detailed reporting for advanced decision support and efficient regulatory compliance.
Teletrac says Fleet Director combines SmartNav satellite navigation, real-time traffic information, stolen vehicle tracking and comprehensive reporting tools used to monitor mileage, vehicle use and alert managers to unauthorized use and unsafe driving behavior.
The latest release, Fleet Director 7, extends core capabilities with Teletrac SmartNav “fastest route” real-time navigation, dynamic dispatch – managing workflow between dispatchers and drivers – at-a-glance “dashboard” report summaries with data drill-down, and more, according to the company.
For more information, go to www.teletrac.net.