Fleet Management Software for Construction & Heavy Equipment Fleets
Understand every aspect of your fleet's performance.
Easily manage reports and paperwork while keeping track of important deadlines.
Keep things running smoothly using tools designed to help you plan and manage your daily operations.
Improve Safety & Security
Monitor equipment on job sites and improve worker safety, even when you’re not there.
Fleet tracking and management solutions designed for your fleet.
Understand every aspect of your fleet's performance. Our solutions solve real problems for the people who are involved in the daily operations of construction fleets like yours.
GPS trackers allow you to see the location of your assets, but our hardware gives you additional insight like when equipment is turned on, and how long or how often it’s being used. You can use our advanced sensors and inputs to track things like the status and usage of tractors, excavators, dump truck beds, generators, and much more.
Lower your overall cost per mile and keep your vehicles running efficiently for longer. Our maintenance system makes it easy to keep track of repairs, stay on top of routine maintenance, and manage expenses for your entire fleet. Maintenance reminders and DVIR automation help make sure every vehicle gets the attention it needs on a regular basis.
Never again worry about where your equipment is. Track the location of everything in your fleet, including vehicles, trailers, heavy machinery, and ancillary equipment like generators and compressors.
Create geofences around important locations like job sites to track when vehicles and equipment arrive or leave. View locations on the map to quickly see who’s nearby. And set up alerts so you're instantly notified about after-hours activity, keeping your equipment and materials safe and on-site.
With some of the best live streaming capabilities on the market, these durable cameras give you an instant look into your construction sites and vehicles. With up to 4 camera angles available at once, it’s as close as you can get to the scene without actually being there. Pull up the cameras remotely using your desktop, phone, or tablet whenever you want to check something out.