Vehicle Tracking
  • 24hr real-time visibility over mobile workers
  • Reduce costs - Manage legislative compliance
  • Boost productivity /
  • Fleet Tracking
  • Live and dynamic timesheets
  • 24hrs vehicle location identifications
  • Powerful search capacity
  • Access real-time travel updates
  • Personal Tracking
  • Diverse range of carrier events
  • Alert methods - telephone, SMS or email
  • Activate voice channel
  • Emergency button, auto-dial,
    speaker & microphone
  • Container Tracking
  • Ongoing container tracking and monitoring
  • Insurance risk management
  • Security regulations
  • Container operation management
  • Temperature Monitoring
  • Easy installation and operation
  • WatchLock
  • Ideal for remote infrastructures
  • Ideal for the protection of goods in transit
  • Provide real-time GPS tracking lock system
  • Tracking the exact opening and closing times
  • Generate automatic system periodic reports
    How M-Track Works

    M-Track is a powerful business tool which condenses and transmits complex data allowing management to access real-time information about their moveable assets. Fleet management data enables management to address strategic and operational issues in order to improve business performances. M-track range of advanced vehicle tracking solutions provides operational managers with information to maximize efficiency, improve productivity and reduce operational costs of their respective mobile field teams.  

    M-Track allows an extensive range of data to be passed to and from vehicles via wireless communication protocols through General Packet Radio Service (GPRS), a mobile data service that transmits data over the mobile phone network. This data is collated, then interrogated by sophisticated software systems that combine GPS location information with digital mapping to present the information in a usable form for businesses that require live status information or historical and event reporting.

    The Global Positioning System (GPS) is Global Navigation Satellite System (GNSS) using around 24 orbiting satellites to transmit signals. The system enables a GPS receiver to determine its location, speed, direction, and time. As a result the acquired information is sent to the control station every 20 seconds which transforms into the useful information required.