School Bus Tracking, Maintenance and DOT Certification
- Difficulty in proving that DOT inspections were performed.
- Complexity in tying DOT inspections to maintenance.
- Inability to track specifically the route a vehicle took and how long it stopped at each location.
- Inability to locate a specific bus in a large bus yard.
- Fleet tracking and fleet management systems work on all types of vehicles buses, vans and
- GPS tracking devices are installed on vehicles to be tracked. Once activated, the vehicle’s
location can be monitored in real time on any computer or phone with internet access.
- The GPS unit uses satellites and cell phone towers to transmit a precise location. The software
reports on the data in real time. The real time GPS Software is integrated with a map that can
show landmarks, street names and many more details.
- RFID tags are located in all critical points of DOT inspection.
- Each tag must be read when inspections are being done providing an electronic record proving
the inspections were completed
- Increased fleet security
- Quicker response times when problems occur
- Reduced overtime
- Higher productivity
- Lower fuel cost for fleet
- Navigation assistance
- Proof of DOT inspections
- Tie vehicle maintenance and inspections electronically to vehicle maintenance systems.
- Easily find buses in large fleet yards.
- Know precisely where your vehicles are at all times, how long they have been in a location and
where they are going.
- Save money on fuel (by keeping drivers on route)
- Immediately detect variations in route and issue alerts to appropriate personnel