Protect your trailers and the contents inside with the GPS Trailer Tracking Solution
Wireless Links GPS trailer tracking system for semi trailers and commercial trailers, combines the power of the Fleet.Net trailer tracking cloud platform with wired or battery powered GPS tracking devices for trailers, dash cams for driver safety, and mobile apps for driver control , providing real-time trailer visibility, trailer inventory control, geofence alerts, real-time & historical location and movement data, alerts on possible theft and shareable ETA’s with live location sharing.
We provide end-to-end visibility into both the whereabouts of the trailers and the status of their contents via mobile apps for drivers and IOT shipment tracking.
Monitor the inventory of your assets with a push of a button (what is where) and identify under-utilized trailers.
Our IoT sensors that are placed on the shipments are connected to the trailer tracking system and the driver’s mobile app, provide the most accurate ETAs possible, and allow you to share that same information back with the customer via a live tracking link.
The Trailer Tracking Solution is Perfect For:
End-to-End Visibility on trailers and it's contents
From tracking your trailers to IoT shipment tracking on the parcel level tied in with the mobile app for drivers to share ETA’s with customers, our solution allows you to maximize equipment utilization, supply chain information flow and delivery performance.
Designed specifically for trailers
Designed specifically for trailers, the GPS tracking device for trailer reports in real-time when connected to cabin and automatically switches to asset tracking mode once trailer is disconnected from the cabin, providing comprehensive visibility for trailers parked at job sites waiting to be unloaded and reloaded.
Ensure Trailer and Cargo Security
With the trailer track system you are able to set a geofence boundary radius and even a boundary within a boundary and get alerts upon exit/entrance of boundary and on sudden vibrations. Rapidly respond to equipment malfunctions and other critical conditions that could jeopardize your trailers and valuable shipments.
Refrigerated Trailer Temperature Monitoring
For the cold chain, we offer wired and wireless temperature monitoring solutions depending on your needs, for a complete fleet management, routing, ELD and dashcam solution.
Import all your jobs, deliveries, pickups, size of the load and size of trucks. Let RouteLink create for you the optimal routes, assign the jobs or loads to the routes and optimize the order of the stops within the route!
Automatically download the optimized route to the driver’s mobile. Display stop by stop and provide turn by turn directions to the driver from one stop to the other.
The trailer tracking comprehensive reporting system enables you to analyze various aspects of your fleet, for example: Last activity, inactive days, history, boundary, alarm, battery level and many more!
No more phone calls checking on arrival times!
Customers automatically receive an SMS message with their ETA with live location sharing.
Automatic temperature alerts notify the driver in real-time of any temperature deviations so swift action can be taken to prevent spoilage when a need occurs. All alerts include the address, time, vehicle or vehicle compartment and the temperature deviation data.
Drivers can add comments on each alert, giving dispatchers visibility and context on how the alert was generated and handled. This makes it even easier to identify, investigate, and resolve cold chain abnormalities.
According to the FBI, Cargo theft alone costs US businesses up to $30 billion each year. Just one stolen trailer or piece of equipment can cost a business hundreds of thousands of dollars and cause insurance premiums to skyrocket.
Our trailer tracking solution provides your business with the security and assurance you need to avoid theft. Receive immediate alerts on door open and close and on sudden vibrations, to ensure trailer and cargo security and avoid unexpected expenses throughout the year.
GPS Trailer Tracking System- How it works
We Offer The Following GPS Tracking Devices For Trailers To Meet Your Needs & Requirements:
Contact Us to discuss your specific needs and requirements
Piccolo Hybrid IOT
Solar Powered Piccolo ATX2S IOT
Battery Powered Piccolo ATX
Solar Powered RFID Tags
GPS Trailer Tracking - FAQ
GPS trailer tracking is the ability to monitor the location of your trailer in order to avoid theft and provide trailer inventory.
Track your trailers by installing a dedicated GPS trailer tracker. This is the most effective way to protect your valuable trailer and the contents inside.
A Trailer GPS tracker provides the following benefits:
1. Get the security and assurance that trailers are safe by knowing exactly where and for how long they have been parked and when they have been loaded and reloaded.
2. Generate more revenue by billing based on time-on-site and identifying unused trailers.
3. Rapidly Respond to Theft by sending alerts when a trailer leaves its intended location or detects unauthorized vibrations/motions.
4. Manage refrigeration with external wireless temperature sensors by sending automatic e-mail/SMS alerts as soon as temperature deviations occur.
5. Stay ELD compliant with DriverLog ELD, part of a complete solution for fleets of all types and sizes.
A commercial trailer tracking system uses a small GPS tracking device that is attached to the trailer. This device emits a GPS tracking signal that records its current location at scheduled intervals. These GPS coordinates are then sent to a fleet management system via a cellular connection where they are displayed on the map. The dashboard will often provide additional information such as the trailer type and size, whether the trailer is moving, and if it’s tethered to a vehicle.
The battery life of a GPS tracking device for trailer depends on the device, the amount of GPS transmissions and if it connects to the trailer power or not. Wireless Links provides a trailer tracking device that operates for 5 years off its back up battery.
The best trailer GPS trackers monitor and protect your trailer by giving real-time GPS data and alerts on unauthorized use such as geofence exits or door open/close.
Cost depends on specific features and needs.
Installing a GPS tracker on a trailer is extremely simple:
- Magnets – For easy installation on metal surfaces
- Two sided 3M Industrial tape- for a strong, permanent attachment
The best way to combat trailer theft is to install a GPS trailer tracking device. Without a GPS tracking unit, recovering your lost or stolen trailer close to impossible.
Wireless Links specialty is temperature monitoring and we provide a number of solutions for refrigerated trailer temperature monitoring. You can monitor temperature of multiple compartments and receive alerts on temperature deviations.
The trailer GPS tracker can track in real time. When externally powered (tethered to the power of the trailer), the Piccolo Hybrid+ operates in real-time vehicle tracking mode sending GPS in high frequency, for example every minute.
Once power is disconnected,meaning the trailer was disconnected from the cabin, the Piccolo Hybrid+ automatically switches to Asset Tracking (AT) mode, sending an alert on trailer disconnect. Now the device will report once a day when parked (user-definable).
Sure, you have a live location sharing feature and if the trailer is on the move, you can also share accurate ETA’s.
Yes. All reports are customize-able to your needs. The inventory report contains your asset name, last activity, in-active days and so on, providing you the visibility you need for maximum inventory tracking.
The best way to prevent cargo theft from a trailer is to install a GPS trailer tracking device. Without a GPS tracking unit, recovering your lost or stolen trailer and cargo is difficult.
In 2010, CargoNet, a trailer cargo theft prevention and recovery network, performed a self-insured impact study and found that cargo theft costs 10 times the goods stolen. According to their study, “You have to reimport [the product] or rush shipment. You’ve got to do air freight and that’s more costly. Then you have drayage from the port, so if you lose $200,000 in cargo, you need to generate $2 million in sales to offset it.”
Track your semi-trucks by installing a GPS trailer tracking device. This is the most effective way to protect your valuable semi-trucks and the contents inside.