GPS Construction Heavy Equipment Tracker & Telematics – Canada
Track Every Construction Vehicle & Asset in Your Inventory
Wireless Links GPS system for construction & heavy equipment tracking lets you track equipment with wired or wireless battery powered GPS trackers available on 4G CATM1/NB1, with maintenance scheduling, fuel use and idle time reports, real-time & historical location and movement data, construction equipment inventory control, geofence boundary alerts, SMS theft report, reduced cellular data costs, ability to add IoT sensors for tool tracking and many reports. Our industry leading solution easily integrates with other applications and enterprise systems.
Many equipment fleets have multiple portable devices and cellular plans which can become costly. We provide a single solution with WIFI and IoT connectivity, which is capable of providing all of your data needs.
Track idle time and fuel use. Set alerts for excessive idling outside your preferred limits, so you can keep idling at it’s minimum.
The hardware enclosure is rated IP67 which is designed to withstand harsh weather conditions and environments such as rain, snow, sleet, rocks and more.
Heavy Equipment Tracking Is Perfect For:
GPS tracking device for equipment - How it works
Gain Visibility & Control On Your Equipment
Track and manage assets and heavy equipment on one centralized cloud-based solution including locations, maintenance schedules, usage and more.
Ensure Heavy Equipment Security
Secure Your Construction Site with GPS Tracking. Get automated text alarms on geofence boundary exits and unauthorized use. Rapidly respond to equipment malfunctions other critical conditions that could jeopardize your valuable equipment.
Improve your Financial Outlook
Gain visibility into your full heavy equipment inventory:
- Track equipment with location and movement history
- Increase asset utilization
- Improve supply chain management
- Improve your customers experience
Improve Equipment Health With Preventative Maintenance
Optimize Equipment Utilization
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GPS Construction Heavy Equipment Tracker - FAQ
A GPS tracking device for equipment allows you to track the location of equipment in real-time, monitor equipment status and utilization, track engine usage and improve preventative maintenance.
The best heavy equipment tracker works with all types of construction and heavy equipment and lets you track the location of assets in real-time, monitor equipment status and utilization and improve preventative maintenance.
Yes, you will get real-time GPS position tracking of trucks, equipment, and assets at any moment.
The best way to protect heavy equipment from fuel theft is by installing a dedicated GPS tracker for equipment. This will allow you to track and manage your heavy equipment.
This is user definable but usually you get a GPS check in once or twice a day when not in use or parked.
You can set alerts for specific conditions: low battery, geo fence crossing, door open/close and more!
Alarm report, asset activity report, route report, inventory, geofence boundary, fuel, engine, idle time report and many more!
Improve maintenance of your heavy equipment by creating maintenance logs, planning preventative repairs and reducing equipment downtime. Receive real-time fault code alerts to prevent breakdowns and keep your equipment functioning at peak performance.
The battery life of the GPS tracking device for equipment depends on it’s power source and number of GPS checkins/day. The battery powered device has a battery life of up to 5 years when reporting once a day. The solar powered GPS tracking device has a battery life of up to 10 years when reporting once a day.
Among the many benefits of tracking heavy equipment: If you’re tracking mileage and/or hours used and when, you can keep track of when assets are sitting idle and react appropriately.
A tracking solution for your construction equipment will help you track the location of assets in real-time, monitor equipment status and utilization, track engine usage and improve preventative maintenance.
You should look for key data including:
- Real-time GPS position tracking of trucks, equipment, and assets at any moment
- Last location
- Speed and direction (if moving)
- Engine information
- Geofence boundary exit/entrance