November 22, 2016

Tracking for Visibility and Control

Tracking devices are first and foremost known for their ability to be a powerful deterrent to the theft of vehicles and other assets, but what is perhaps less well known is the ability of AMI tracking devices to provide access to a wealth of other powerful and meaningful data.

At AMI Group, we have seen a trend emerging of more and more companies using tracking systems to help increase productivity, reduce costs, manage legislative compliance and reduce their carbon footprint. In our case, there have been daily installations of our AMI Nexis VT1200 GPS tracking system up and down the UK, especially for the visibility and control over commercial vehicle fleets.

Customers across the UK are choosing our VT1200 system – whether it be to monitor the actual whereabouts of vehicles in real-time, or to help identify incidents of poor driving. The system collects data such as GPS positional information, time and date, speed, direction of travel and mileage covered, allowing speeding incidents to be quickly identified and road safety messages to be effectively communicated. The VT1200 is enabling organisations to minimise fleet risks and reduce associated insurance costs.

Customers access the system via the AMI Nexis web-based portal, whereby they can view a great deal of information about the status of equipment plus historical vehicle data which can be used to monitor operational performance and ultimately, to enhance productivity. Depending upon the application, AMI systems can be either wired directly into assets or can be completely wireless. Contact us today to find out how we could help you.