From Fleet to Computer - see how it works
Roadside Systems Advanced GPS Hardware is installed in each vehicle to track the vehicle’s precise location via satellite. The GPS hardware can also monitor a wide variety of vehicle information including speed, engine start up and shut down, routes and idling. The diagram below depicts how information is being transmitted to your computer from your fleet.
- Roadside Systems GPS tracking device is installed into the vehicle. A Low profile antenna is typically run to the windshield. The antenna can be placed in more stealth locations for covert installations.
- Roadside Systems GPS Tracking device records vehicle data including position, speed, heading, start, stops and idle. The information is wirelessly sent to cellular network in real-time.
- The data is transmitted back to secure central servers where information is processed and stored.
- Users access the information by logging on to our secure RoMa website. User can view both live and historical date either on a desktop/laptop or Smartphone.
Contact us if you have any question or need more information.