IntelliTrac releases new and updated website for GPS Tracking.
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IntelliTrac releases new and updated website for GPS Tracking.
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IntelliTrac releases its 2012 Catalog of Local Goverment GPS Tracking Solutions.
IntelliTrac has a wealth of experience spanning over one decade with customised local government GPS solutions. IntelliTrac has worked in conjunction with some of the largest councils in Australia to develop these solutions and integrate into existing Council GIS systems and work flow systems. A range of references are available upon request.
IntelliTrac GPS Tracking Solutions are fundamentally adopted by local government to improve efficiency, security and accountability, ultimately resulting in increased productivity, better risk management and improved OH&S.
IntelliTrac LGS provides a range of solutions designed exclusively for Local Government via customised internet portals or Enterprise Service Software Suites.
IntelliTrac LGS may be applied to the following areas of local government.
At IntelliTrac our Local Goverment Team understands the practices within local government and is able to quickly and efficiently customise solutions to meet council requirments.
IntelliTrac has announced the pending release of its upgraded MyKidsGPS personal tracking device.
Where MyKidsGPS is an SMS based technology harnessing GPS locations and transmitting them via SMS to parents mobile phones, MyKidsGPS-Live is a truely live near real time tracking system.
MyKidsGPS-Live will use IntelliTrac’s newly announced MyGPSNetwork communications to stream live data at 3 minute intervals to IntelliTrac’s Global Data Centre. As a result there is no need for expensive prepaid sim cards to be inserted into the device, hence saving parents money and risks associated with excessive data use and SMS polling.
Subscribers will simply log into the IntelliTrac website via their computers, tablet PC’s or smart phones to track their loved ones.
MyKidsGPS Live provides:-
Every parent worries about losing track of their child, but Dean Calapai isn’t quite like other parents.
He has his own global satellite tracking business with technology that gave him an idea after a family trip to Disneyland.
”Young Matthew was only five-years-old so we decided to strap one of [one of the tracking devices] on them and it just gave us piece of mind during our holiday,” Calapai said.
The device is called MyKidsGPS and it allows parents to track their children’s movements wherever they go.
Using his iPad, Calapai can log in and track his son up and down the street.
It’s equipped with a panic button that can instantly send help message to five mobile phones with exact map locations.
It can also alert parents instantly if the child leaves an approved play area.
Calapai explains how the red area is where he allows his son to ride his bike.
If he goes outside the area, Calapai says an alert SMS will be sent so that he can ‘have a chat’ when his son gets home.
And there’s no risk of him going out of range, as they device can track him right across the country.
The gadget doesn’t just show parents where their child is at a particular point in time, it stores the data showing parents all the places their kids have been, and how long they spent there.
But some psychologists warn against overusing tracking devices.
Dr Gary Banks believes there’s a counter argument to say it potentially reduces independence
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From an article in The Australian Financial Review 4th October 2012 featuring IntelliTrac and Navman Wireless
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By:- Mark Abernethy
GPS location technologies have been used to reduce fleet costs for large organisations for at least a decade. But while large fleet owners have reduced operating costs and increased productivity by fitting GPS and data devices to their vehicles, small and medium sized businesses have traditionally stayed out of the market, either for lack of funds or low awareness.
That situation has changed, according to fleet management service providers, as not only devices and software are packaged more affordably for small business owners but high-powered computing also becomes ubiquitous.
“The original fleet management systems were enterprise grade,” says Ian Daniel, managing director of Navman Wireless Asia-Pacific.
“It wasn’t just the set-up cost per vehicle that kept the smaller guys out of the picture – it was also the technology requirements back at the office. Most SMBs [small and medium sized businesses] were not properly equipped.”
Daniel says the fleet management industry is servicing the 1.5 million small and medium sized businesses in Australia, as small fleet operators see how much they can save by using location services on their vehicles.
Navman Wireless uses two technologies: GPS and the cellular data networks, Daniel says.
When vehicles are fitted with the boxes the owner is able to see the whereabouts at all times of his or her vehicles, and the data associated with the journey is streamed over the cellular network and into the owners’ own system.
Daniel says the typical business owner is saving between 10 and 15?per cent in fuel costs by being able to properly allocate vehicles to jobs – by knowing which are closest to the next job – and by using routing software to get them there most efficiently.
Fuel savings are the most obvious advantages; business owners also use the systems to increase
productivity, improve customer service and better manage risk, thereby decreasing insurance premiums and accident costs.
“In the SMB space, timely response is very important,” Daniel says. “Being able to take a job request, see where all of your vehicles are, and then commit to the job, is an important tool. It makes clients happier and it allows you to reduce overtime in your workforce.”
He says Navman Wireless has a product in which the business owner can track driver behaviour in the vehicles, which means measures such as speeding, over-idling and over-braking are collected by the system’s software.
The next frontier of the GPS systems, he says, is treating the vehicle as an article of business intelligence integrating directly into accounting systems.
This is a direction also being pursued by Melbourne-based IntelliTrac.
“The most obvious part of the GPS service is dots on a map,” says IntelliTrac CEO Dean Calapai. “But the real value to business owners is bringing together vehicles, time and location as management reporting – a business efficiency tool so you get the most out of the asset.
“The next phase that we’re selling now is management reports integrating straight into the accounting systems.”
The IntelliTrac integrated system is called iDispatch and allows remote invoicing, FBT reporting, photos
to be taken, documents to be downloaded and sent, signatures to be made on an iPhone and Android, and even receipts to be collected.
IntelliTrac sells its basic black box for $199 and charges $27 per month to host the programs and the data clients use. Even in the basic product – where routing, pick-up/drop-off, time management and fuel/maintenance costs can be tracked for each vehicle – Calapai says clients get impressive results.
“We have over 20,000 vehicles running our black boxes, and the data from those vehicles really tells the story,” Calapai says.
The story is that businesses with a fleet of five vehicles enjoy an average benefit of 24.97 per cent. That’s not only from savings in fuel, maintenance and overtime, but also from extra work.
“Clients with this product can put on an extra two jobs per vehicle per week,” Calapai says.
“They can also expand their business without buying more vehicles. We have clients who analyse their vehicle activity and reassign low-performing vehicles when they want to open a new branch”
The Australian Financial Review
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IntelliTrac Australia announces a range of portable IVMS – In Vehicle Monitoring Systems for the Mining and Heavy Contruction Industry.
Based on Telstra NextG, and GPRS networks, IntelliTrac IVMS complies with the requirements set out by major Australian mining companies including Santos.
IntelliTrac’s MyIVMS is available for Short Term Rental or Purchase.
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|I-Dispatch is a Internet Cloud based Mobile Workforce Job Dispatch Software Solution suitable for businesses employing one or more mobile staff. Designed and Developed in Australia for a global market.|
|I-Dispatch is scalable for any size organisation.
Suits:- suited to Tradespersons, Transport industry, and Service based industries.
Simply schedule your jobs on your PC and send them to one or more mobile staff on their iPhone.
Included is a facility to upload and download job notes, documents, photos and signatures.
In addition, i-dispatch may record invoice numbers, warranty numbers, parts used, normal time and overtime worked for each job.
I-dispatch may also generate a range of management of reports.
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I-Dispatch is free to use and trial for 30 days.
As an introductory offer,
I-Dispatch will be free to use until February 2013.
I-Dispatch is a mobile smart phone app available for:-
I-Dspatch provides an easy to use calendar function to display:-
I-Dispatch provides an easy to use Job Description Screen. View all job details on one screen including:-
I-Dispatch provides an easy to use one click map view of jobs locations
I-Dispatch provides and easy to use interface:-
Click Job Description Line Items to:-
I-Dispatch provides and easy to use interface to:-
All information is stored in the I-Dispatch “cloud” for reporting and processing.
I-Dispatch provides an easy to manage job workflow process including document dispatch and control.
Imagine sending detailled documents such as work instructions, OH&S information, photos and more to your mobile staff.
A record of these documents is stored in the I-Dispatch cloud attached to their relevant job for accountability and traceability.
I-Dispatch provides an easy method of attaching notes to each job.
Use this function to provide a historical diary of any detailled information pertaining to each job.
A reporting suite allows office staff to quickly view job histories, job notes, documents and photographs
I-Dispatch provides an easy method of attaching multiple photos to each job.
Take before and after photos of jobs. Photos are date time and GPS stamped providing proof of work done.
I-Dispatch provides an easy method of logging parts used for each job.
I-Dispatch Office Admin reports provide cost and sell price of parts used along with profit margin information
-Dispatch allows mobile staff and office staff to enter:-
I-Dispatch allows recording of staff and client signatures along with names at various stages of each job.
Information is recorded into the I-Dispatch Cloud computers along with date time and location data.
I-Dispatch allows mobile staff and office staff to change their availability.
For example:- If a mobile staff worker is on holiday, jobs cannot be allocated to them during that period.
I-Dispatch allows mobile staff and office staff to view their details such as:-