Routes are an important part of vehicle services. Routes are set in place to keep drivers productive and on task. With a Geofence route, managers can set up routes that drivers must follow. When drivers stray from the route by a set distance, an alert is generated to inform the manager of a problem.
A polygon geofence is similar to the circular geofence except it is far more specific and allows for administrators to create borders around a point of interest. For example, when a taxi service wants to generate alerts when a car is leaving or arriving at an airport, a border can be placed around the airport.
A geofence allows for platform users to set up an area with unique properties for the creation of alerts and generation of data. A circular geofence allows for overlapping and layering so that alerts can be generated when a resource gets a certain distance away from the center.
Sharing has become a large part of today’s culture. With the Live Share Link feature, users can send a link to anyone’s email address to show the assets location. Privacy settings allow the link to have an expiration date in between an hour and a month.
Sometimes a single device is the only resource that a user wants to focus on. Real-time Tracking allows for users to open up a new window or tab in their web browser to view the location of a single asset in real time. This is a great feature for close monitoring of individuals and fleets.