Henry Schein Animal Health UK, a national distributor of veterinary supplies, has teamed up with Ctrack, an Inseego company, to develop and implement an advanced telematics solution for its UK van fleet. Web-based tracking system Ctrack Online will be used across more than 100 delivery vehicles that operate nationwide to improve road safety, reduce fuel consumption and enhance transport planning. Ctrack Online – combined with Driver ID, in-vehicle driver behaviour feedback and performance monitoring – will replace a legacy telematics [...]
Rich fleet analytics reports also used to eliminate speed limit violations Vehicle tracking and fleet management specialist Ctrack by Inseego recently enabled long haulage company Massyn Vervoer to identify diesel theft and fraud within their company shortly after subscribing to Ctrack’s new Fleet Monitoring Services. Ctrack has been tracking Massyn Vervoer’s fleet for the past fifteen years. However, after identifying the need for an advanced telematics information and fleet management service, Ctrack introduced its Fleet Monitoring Services, a full outsource [...]
Customers can now choose pre-fitted advanced vehicle tracking services Mercedes-Benz retail-partner New Vaal Motor Group has selected Ctrack by Inseego as its sole provider for vehicle tracking solutions. The 36 months’ partnership will see Ctrack fit all new, used and demo vehicles at their branches located in Johannesburg South, Vereeniging and Bethlehem. New Vaal Motor Group represents four highly recognised leading brand dealerships for vehicles, namely Mercedez-Benz, Chrysler, Jeep and Dodge. Rollout has already commenced, with more than 200 units [...]
Two suspects were caught red-handed in Mamelodi, north-east of Pretoria, this morning while they were stealing a truck carrying a load of processed meat. The suspects were in the middle of removing a Ctrack vehicle tracking unit from the truck, when the Ctrack recovery team arrived on scene and apprehended them.
United General Insurance Company Limited (UGI), one of Malawi’s leading short-term insurance companies, has partnered with global vehicle tracking services company Ctrack, part of Inseego Corp., to provide insurance telematics services to its customers. It has launched an aggressive rollout strategey, with the first 1 000 units already delivered and potential for expansion across the group’s entire customer base.
The world is currently undergoing a transformation towards an era described as the "Fourth Industrial Revolution" - a revolution which combines the physical, digital and biological realms that will maximise business optimisation and enhance quality of life. The Industrial Internet of Things (IIoT) and the Internet of Things (IoT) form a significant part of this next revolutionary phase.
Ross-Shire Engineering has upgraded its vehicle tracking system to Ctrack Online to gain greater visibility and control over its fleet. The specialist engineering company selected the web-based telematics solution from Ctrack, an Inseego company, to monitor 80 vans, cars and 4x4s, targeting improved workload scheduling, reduced customer response times and enhanced driver safety.
Ctrack is providing Raymarine Regardless with satellite communications for the Cape2Rio Yacht Race which starts on 1 Jan 2017 from Cape Town. The technology will enable the team, who steered Ctrack to victory in the 2015 RiskSA Regatta, to stay connected to their families, friends and supporters on shore throughout the race.
Vehicle tracking services company Ctrack, part of Inseego, has won the ‘Living the Discovery Insure Values Award’ at Discovery’s 2016 Partner Awards black tie event held in Sandton. The partner awards recognised Ctrack for living their values, of which three are shared by both organisations: customer delight, integrity and innovation.
Vehicle tracking services company Ctrack, an Inseego company, recently intercepted a carjacking attempt in KwaZulu-Natal, resulting in the capture of three suspects and a wanted criminal. National crime statistics (2015/2016) released in September reveal an alarming increase in hijackings in South Africa, which rose by 14.3% over the previous 12-month period. This amounts to a total of 14,602 carjacking incidents. Although most common in the densely-populated Gauteng, KwaZulu-Natal is now the second-most prevalent hijacking location nationally. Acting National Police Commissioner [...]