Get notified of events as it happens

Receive timely alerts on your mobile device

So you can take action in real-time, whether it’s an accident, a schedule violation or harsh driving.

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Mark locations such as company or customer offices

  • Get notified of vehicle exit or entry
  • Alerts based on your own rules

Tune every view to fit your fleet operation

Set up views, work with your data, and make it meaningful. View colour coded live, past vehicle tracks, and share the actionable information.

  • Over Speed
  • Geo Fence
  • Idling
  • Fuel Based
  • A/C Misuse
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    Tune every view to fit your fleet operation

    Set up views, work with your data, and make it meaningful. View colour coded live, past vehicle tracks, and share the actionable information.

    Protect your vehicles with timely alerts

    With meaningful real-time alerts, you can address problems quickly while improving your
    operations over the long term.

    Vehicle Tracking Alerts

    Vehicle Tracking Alerts

    Considering different scenarios that a fleet owner would like to be notified of, AVLView has created different alerts to suit your requirements.

    The platform allows you to

    • Use the different alert rules to configure alerts.
    • Customise your alert rules template;
    • Receive alerts by Email, SMS or pop-up notification.
    Ignition Alerts

    Ignition Alerts (ON or OFF)

    Ignition alerts tell you when your driver has turned the vehicle’s ignition key. It has two states, ON or OFF.

    Ignition alerts can be sent to you or anyone else on your team, and they can be set for throughout the day or selected time periods—such as between 9 pm and 6 am.

    • Alerts when Ignition turned on, turned off or both;
    • Ignition alerts can be sent to multiple recipients.

    Help video (creating an ignition alert) https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NGvw0xBuPis

    Unauthorised Driving

    The unauthorised use of company vehicles is an issue that plagues fleet owners like you. A way around this problem is to stay up-to-date on who has been using your vehicle without permission.

    • Issue your driver an identity button (1-wire iButton).
    • Configure the GPS device to authorise the iButton.
    • Alerts owner to the unauthorised use of a key.
    • Bypass alert, if the driver chooses to bypass iButton in an emergency.
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    Vehicle door open close alert

    Door Open/Closed Alerts

    The alarm is a good option for delivery vehicles, which are often vulnerable to so-called “jump-up” thefts. This method of attack sees criminal gangs target vehicles that are travelling slowly or stopped at traffic lights.

    • Alerts when someone opens or closes the truck’s door.
    • Install door sensors to record opening and closing.

    Help video (creating a door alert) –https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ecJq3R3PoUY

    Seat Belt Violation

    Wearing a seatbelt while driving can reduce the risk of severe injuries in an accident.

    Besides the physical injuries, you can be fined by your motor vehicle department for not wearing a seatbelt while driving.

    • When a driver’s seatbelt is not fastened, it alerts fleet managers.
    • It keeps track of when a driver has not worn the seatbelt.

    Help video (Creating a seat belt alert) – https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Bkc0s2jDyQg

    Seatbelt violation

    Over Speed Alerts

    Speeding Alert

    The majority of motor vehicle accidents are caused by reckless or aggressive driving. Accidents involving your employees and their vehicles reflect poorly on you as an employer.

    Speeding tickets, breakdowns and accidents – stories never end, and neither do your worries. Set a speed limit for your vehicles and be notified of violations!

    • Set alerts manually based on the local road speed limit.
    • Automatically set all vehicles to the road’s posted speed limit.
    • Use the RAG report to educate the drivers.

    Geo Fence Alerts

    You are notified each time a vehicle carrying goods reaches or leaves the virtual perimeter set up to monitor movements in/out of offices or warehouses. You can create different types of fences on the map, alerting you when your vehicles enter or exit them.

    • You can use route fencing to alert when vehicles veer off the planned path.
    • A spot fence can alert you when a vehicle reaches or passes by a certain waypoint.
    • A territorial fence is used to alert when vehicles enter or exit a territory.

    Help video (creating a spot fence alert) – https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XAs6MlW7f8w

    Geo Fence Alerts

    Vehicle idling alert

    Idling Alerts

    If your fleet’s trucks idle en route, the increased fuel costs will surely affect your company. Fuel costs are constantly increasing, so you should limit your car’s fuel as much as possible.

    Not only does idling burn fuel, but leaving the motor running while in parking can cause engine wear and tear.

    • Configure an idling alert if the engine is left running for more than X seconds.
    • The notification can include fields such as Location, Date, Time etc.

    Help video (creating an idling alert) – https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jqB9sqQAnnI

    Towing Alert

    What if your car is being towed away? You clearly wouldn’t be aware of this, and that’s what towing alert is for.

    A virtual fence (aka parking fence) is automatically created around your car when the engine is turned off. An alert will be sent to your mobile device if the car inadvertently gets towed away from that parking space.

    • Enable parking fence.
    • You can select a schedule that suits you, such as 9 PM to 6 AM.
    • Alerts can be sent to select/multiple recipients.

    Help video (creating a tow alert) – https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_lqBbhKqVT8

    Tow

    Low fuel, Refuelling and Drain Alerts

    As a fleet owner, cost and fuel consumption are always a concern. And reducing the amount of fuel used is fundamental to successful trucking operations.

    AVLView processes and parses the fuel data received from high-quality digital fuel sensor rods with upto 95%* accuracy in reports.

    • The fuel module is for trucks, specifically.
    • Supports multi fuel tanks in addition to multi-level calibration procedure.
    • Notification alerts and reports on low fuel, refuelling and fuel drain.
    • Alert if the fuel sensor wire is disconnected.

    Help video (Setting a fuel drain alert) – https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4RExiCTbcqc

    Vehicle low fuel level alert
    Panic Alerts

    Panic Alerts

    Panic alerts are distress signals generated when a passenger or driver press the emergency panic button. The panic alert triggers a loud siren and notifies law enforcement for AIS 140 GPS devices in India. The nearest rescue team or police department would be notified of the truck’s location.

    • You can receive alerts via text message, email or pop-up;
    • Know the vehicle’s location, date and time.

    Aircon Misuse

    Over usage or misuse of air conditioners results in increased fuel consumption. GPS devices connected to aircon sensors trigger alerts when the aircon is switched On/Off. Aircon misuse events are recorded if your drivers turn on the air conditioning while idling.

    • Aircon On/Off alert, misuse alert;
    • Sent to multiple users based on specific days and times.
    • Set custom aircon misuse threshold;
    • Aircon status seen along with vehicle status on map.
    AC Misuse

    Battery Disconnection Alerts

    Battery low, Disconnected Alerts

    The system will alert the driver when the battery voltage falls below a certain level. As soon as the voltage goes below the optimum level, it triggers a low battery voltage alert.

    • Alerts on low battery power;
    • Alerts when the battery is disconnected;
    • Alerts you by SMS/Mobile notifications, Email and On-screen Pop-up.

    Other alerts on Driving patterns

    You can set a driving limit for each vehicle, based on total distance travelled (kilometres or miles), the time of day and so forth. When these limits are crossed, the system can generate an alert.

    • Alert every time a vehicle is driven continuously for a long duration or exceeds maximum mileage per day;
    • Alerts can be set for a specific time period e.g. work hours, night shift.
    AC Misuse

    Temperature alert

    Reefer Temperature Alert

    Unmonitored reefer temperature can spoil products during transportation, especially those that are sensitive to temperature changes.

    • Generates an alert if the reefer temperature rises or falls outside of a certain range;
    • Multiple alerts can be set for vehicles with multiple temperature sensors;
    • Alerts can be received by Email mobile or SMS.

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    Periodic alerts on vehicle maintenance help us in keeping our fleet fit for the road and be on time, every time. No more breakdowns or cancelled deliveries.

    Mr Frederick Madoo
    Gourmet Emporium, Mauritius
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