Our Professional Solution is the most accurate systme for tracking heavy duty vehicles in the most demanding and complex use cases.
Our Professional trackers support FMS data reading allowing to read a variety of vehicle’s on-board information, including axle load data, RPM, engine hours and more. our tracker is used to read vehicle’s fuel level and fuel consumption on particular types of vehicles. Besides, our Professional trackers have a functionality to read and support any 3rd party additional sensors.
For better optimization of fleet operations, with the help of FMS data, you can monitor the load of rear axis, meaning it is possible to observe the weight of the waste uploaded into the truck and the locations where services are needed most. According to these statistics, the owner can optimize the routes and reschedule trucks loading/servicing more effectively.
Our GPS trackers can receive data to prevent unsafe behavior, like driving with lowered forceps (which is prohibited), RPM, over-speeding, harsh cornering or braking. As a result, it reduces fuel consumption and vehicle service costs, and keeps vehicles chassis, brakes and other crucial parts in proper condition for a longer time.
Driver identification is the most accurate option to record which driver operated the garbage truck at certain times, as well as to monitor driving behavior during the working hours. The driver’s ID is authorized via 1-wire (RFID card or iButton). This functionality can also be used in ‘immobilizer’ scenario, so that the engine can start only with ID authorization.
We have a solution for fuel thefts (draining) prevention. our trackers can be connected to liquid level sensors (LLS) and can read fuel level sensors data. The advantage of this feature is that LLS can work without on-board computer and send LIVE information. Fleet managers can easily detect which particular vehicle has been drained and when.
Additionally, Our Professional tracker allow you to monitor whether the garbage truck’s container is full or empty by the axle load data received. Our tracking devices can determine whether the truck’s tongs are lowered and still in use or no longer used but still lowered by reading the status of connected digital inputs. This way, it is possible to ensure safe driving and to reduce unforeseen car service costs.