Quartix Blog

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Moving a tracker: How to maintain access to your data

Ensuring that you have uninterrupted access to your vehicle tracking data is our number one goal. Here's what to keep in mind when moving a tracker between vehicles.

Looking back at 2021

We’d like to share some memories as we look back at a challenging, but ultimately successful 2021 here at Quartix.  

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How vehicle tracking can help maintain a healthy fleet during times of inactivity

Vehicle tracking is always a valuable tool for a business that relies on its mobility, but it can be just as useful to your fleet during periods of inactivity.

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Improving driver performance: The pros, cons and alternatives to in-cab feedback

Many vehicle tracking companies have an in-cab feedback option as a way to improve driver behaviour and reduce the risk of accidents, but there are several reasons why it might not be best for your business.

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Meet the Team: Daniel Martinez Da Costa, Global Paid Media Lead

In this Meet the Team, we talk to Daniel Da Costa about Marketing role as the Global Paid Media Lead, his family and his recent move from Spain.

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Reducing the costs of operating a busy fleet

Companies operating in the logistics and haulage industry or passenger transport will likely find that fuel and vehicle maintenance is one of their biggest business expenditures. We'll explain how a vehicle tracking system can help a business transform its fleet operations and drive down fuel and maintenance costs.

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How does vehicle tracking create savings for site-based work?

For many businesses, company vehicles remain at work sites for long periods and are only used to make short journeys. When can a vehicle tracking system create savings for a business in these situations? The answer is 24/7. We'll look at five different ways that ROI can be achieved.

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What does UK law say about vehicle tracking?

Every year, vehicle tracking technology advances further, and the ability to monitor vehicles becomes more accurate and precise. But these advancements also come with legal responsibilities for business owners and fleet managers.

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How does a vehicle tracking system monitor vehicle temperatures?

Transport suppliers must guarantee that foods or medicines have been kept at a proper temperature and be able to prove it to the customer. Quartix vehicle tracking can help. Using the same technology that makes vehicle tracking possible, our temperature monitoring alerts keep you informed of temperature changes that could seriously affect goods and products.

20 years of Quartix vehicle tracking

20 Years of Vehicle Tracking

To mark the 20th anniversary of Quartix vehicle tracking, we wanted to take the chance to reflect on our journey. Quartix started with one mission – to enable businesses to build efficient fleet operations. We couldn’t be prouder of how far Quartix has come in the last two decades.

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