Geofence On GPS Tracker Can Map Driving Areas

For companies that have operational vehicles, efficient use is a priority. Therefore, many companies are starting to realize the benefits and importance of installing the GPS Tracker application on their vehicle units. Among the many features that can be utilized and maximized for use is the Geofence feature. If you’re curious about it, we recommend you to learn more about geofencing.

What are the Geofence features and benefits?

Geofence is an area marked virtually to limit certain locations to make it easier for vehicle owners to monitor vehicles and the distribution process in a specified area.

For example, vehicle A is allocated to operate only in the geofence A area. So when the vehicle enters/exits the geofence A area, the tool will send information to the user. This also applies when vehicle A deviates from the geofence A area, the tool will send an Alert.

Geofence is made based on the area or purpose of the vehicle. It can be mapped based on the distribution center/company to shop, between clients, between cities, regions, and provinces. Depending on user needs.

Besides, users also get complete reports such as:

Vehicle Names & drivers on duty.
The geofence name for departure and destination.
Date & time the vehicle entered the geofence area.
When the vehicle in and out of the geofence area.
The distance of the vehicle from the origin geofence to the destination geofence.
Vehicle travel time from origin geofence to destination geofence.
The duration of the vehicle is in the area.

The Geofence feature helps users analyze and track the vehicle’s position automatically and report whenever and wherever the vehicle exits or enters geofence areas.

With such a convenient feature, you can expect that businesses that rely on GPS will be very helpful if their owners decide to take advantage of the geofence. This is necessary for businesses that use vehicles, so the owners can always monitor the position of their vehicles even from afar, or even choosing the best routes for their drivers.