Industries | Ferry & Marine Tracking
Fleet management systems can help improve safety by providing real-time location tracking, monitoring of environmental conditions, and alerts for potential hazards.
With features like engine monitoring and predictive maintenance alerts, fleet management systems can help boat and marine businesses stay on top of maintenance needs and prevent costly breakdowns.
By optimizing routes, reducing fuel consumption, and identifying maintenance needs, fleet management systems can help boat and marine businesses save money on operational costs over time.
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APAD-compliant GPS tracker for BUS
APAD-compliant GPS tracker for Lorry
Instant bus location updates in real-time.
Auto notify drivers exceeding speed limits.
Easy to track bus speed and location.
Enhanced transparency and convenience.
Monitor driver behavior for improved safety and performance
Comprehensive Tracking and Analysis.
Convenient and efficient monitoring of bus speeds.
Extended historical tracking and analysis.
Immediate driver notification and enhanced safety.
Streamlined and efficient fleet monitoring.
Ensuring regulatory compliance for fleet operators.
Reliable and trusted performance in fleet tracking and management.
Fleet Operators must comply with the following:
a. Submit driving logbook records for all in their fleet.
b. Ensure accurate documentation of movements and driver replacements in the logbook by drivers.
c. The logbook must include driver’s name, departure/arrival/resting times, trip distance, and driver replacement details
Fleet Operators must ensure that all are equipped with a functional SAFETRUCK GPS Tracker that can monitor and record all trips, including speed and location.
SAFETRUCK GPS Tracking system is specifically designed to meet APAD ICOP requirements, making it the ideal solution for operators to ensure ongoing safety and regulatory compliance.
Fleet operators must:
a. Monitor speeds in real-time and take prompt action against dangerous driving or exceeding speed limits.
b. Review and analyze reports from GPS tracking systems.
c. Implement disciplinary actions or counseling for reckless driving, and maintain records of such events
d. Prevent falsification or modification of GPS tracker speed and location records.