Operators Turning to New and Improved GPS

GPS is evolving into a multi-faceted tool that coach operators can use not only for mapping routes and directions, but also for fleet tracking purposes. During the past year, an increasing number of motorcoach operators have discovered various elements of GPS and used them on the road.


Drilling Down And Across With Data

GPS Insight adds new software feature that makes cross-tabbing and cross-referencing vital fleet information easier to calculate and access.


GPS Insight Hits It Big

GPS Insight hit 350 MILLION alert checks mark recently, and has sent out more than 419,000 alerts since making alerts available to all customers.


How Well Do You Track Employee and Vehicle Locations?

Almost half of all firms do. GPS Insight recently sponsored an Aberdeen Group Report on how companies save money by using satellite navigation to monitor the locations of their service workforces and fleet vehicles.


InSight USA Integrates with FASTTRAK Livery Systems

InSight USA announces the release of the seamless integration with FASTTRAK Livery Systems for the chauffeured transportation industry. The integration combines StreetEagle, an advanced GPS Fleet Tracking and Navigation solution, with FASTTRAK Livery Management Software.

The Garmin nuvi 855 offers faster more accurate route calculation than the prior nuvi 850 on a 4.3-inch touch screen, according to Garmin. It offers a "Where to" option that allows drivers to give a destination through voice or touch screen. The unit improves recognition of unfamiliar intersections, road signs and junctions. It retails for about $500. Real-time traffic is available via the MSN Direct service for $49.95 a year, or for a one-time charge of $129.95.

GPS Navigation Units

GPS systems from Garmin, TomTom and others have evolved to a point where they provide detailed, accurate guidance to drivers.