Navman devices incorporate QUBE tracking systems. These feature a NextG (or Satellite) device that continuously sends position and status reports while the vehicle is in operation. This allows approved users to track the vehicle at all times, using satellite images. The system can also be customised, so it reports on speeding, harsh acceleration or braking, harsh cornering, rollover or impact, triggering email notifications and alarms.
The new Garmin Fleet 670 control head looks like any other navigator but is actually a two-way touchscreen texting device, with customisable forms that can be completed and returned by the user.
Geofences notifies you when a vehicle enters or leaves an area, so you know when a vehicle passes through a town or goes somewhere they shouldn't, such as leaving or returning home. Even better, drivers can use a PIN login and choose between business and private use with the system, providing an ATO-approved file for taxation purposes.