Earth Imaging Journal: Remote Sensing, Satellite Images, Satellite Imagery
Breaking News
MetLife Stadium Selects AeroDefense for Drone Detection
HOLMDEL, N.J.- AeroDefense, the leading provider of domestically legal...
2019 Commercial UAV Expo Americas to Break Exhibitor & Attendance Records
Las Vegas, NV – When the doors open for...
Blue Marble attends Surveying, Mapping, and Geoinformation Technology Equipment Expo in Ninjing, China
Hallowell, Maine – Blue Marble Geographics (bluemarblegeo.com) recently concluded...
Airbus built Solar Orbiter heads for the Sun in Florida
Munich, 18 October 2019 – Solar Orbiter, the European...
GSSI Announces the GS Series GPR Product Line for Geophysical and Environmental Surveys
GSSI, the world’s leading manufacturer of ground penetrating radar...

December 27, 2016
US Fleet Tracking Reveals 3 GPS Tracking Tips For Snow Removal Services

While some states are enjoying the comforts of warmer winter weather at this moment, others are experiencing quite the opposite. When specific areas are cloaked in white sheets of snow a very special industry shines. From roadways to entry ways, snow removal services are counted on to ensure safety and by making the most of their GPS tracking system they can make their daily task a lot easier to manage. Here are 3 of the best ways to use GPS tracking to help snow removal service companies complete their jobs more efficiently.

(1.) Make Use Of The Live GPS Tracking Map: Snow removal service managers can keep track of their crews by seeing their exact location within the city on the live streaming map. Leveraging this means being able to position fleet drivers in the way that makes the most sense.

(2.) Make Use Of Route Planning: Planning out routes for drivers is smart as it cuts out any backtracking that may have happened without the plan. It’s also as simple as clicking a few buttons, entering destinations and allowing the GPS tracking system to automatically generate the shortest, smartest route.

(3.) Make Use Of Automatic Updates: Imagine having 1, 5, or 10 second updates. Even at 10 seconds one could hardly call that slow. These updates are extremely helpful for various alerts like geofences, speed alerts, or weather updates. These, of course, are all in an attempt to increase safety.

Bring on the snow, because by following these GPS tracking tips snow removal companies will definitely be up for the challenge. They’ll be able to make use of multiple features like live maps, route planning, and automatic updates which provide efficiency, accountability, and safety for their drivers. When the snow has piled up outside and the population is relying on snow removal services to help them get to where they’re going one can look to GPS tracking to make things easier.

Comments are closed.