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We’d like to share some memories as we look back at a challenging, but ultimately successful 2021 here at Quartix.
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.
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.
We’ve answered your top ten questions in this guide to vehicle tracking prices to help understand what to expect from a supplier. You will find a checklist of questions to ask, to help you determine whether there are any hidden costs.
Eco-driving, or energy-efficient driving, is a way of driving that reduces fuel consumption and CO2 emissions, while decreasing the risk of accidents.
In your search for the right telematics system, it’s likely that you’ve come across certain words and terminology that were unfamiliar in the context of vehicle tracking. For example, we all know that a ‘trip’ means a journey, but what exactly defines a ‘trip’ on a vehicle tracking report? In this telematics glossary, we explain 18 terms that you might find useful when reading about vehicle tracking systems.
Just like the console on a lorry or van gives you vital information while you drive, operational dashboards provide a simple, live summary of the data that your vehicle tracking system collects.
Geofencing helps you control whether your vehicles are in or out of certain areas at defined times. But there are lesser-known benefits for your business.
It’s a company's responsibility to reduce the risk of accidents for its fleet. Here's how your vehicle tracking system helps to enforce your company speeding policy.
Quartix provides an easy-to-understand, colour-coded score for each vehicle or driver in a fleet, so that fleet managers can instantly recognise which drivers need to improve their skills. This score is calculated by looking at two important areas of driver performance.