Through SpeedGaugeAnywhere, fleets are able to set up speed zones in unique areas, ranging from logging roads to oil fields to ports. Fleets can create custom speeds within these zones and monitor speeding violations just as they can on interstates and city streets.
"The majority of our business serves the forestry and mining industries, but forest and mine roads often aren't identified on the map, let alone monitored for speed," said Ralph Bowler, driver supervisor, with Prince George, British Columbia-based Lomak Bulk Carriers, which has been beta testing SpeedGaugeAnywhere since October. "But, due to seasonal construction, safe driving habits are even more important. SpeedGaugeAnywhere enables us to quickly set speed limits and monitor unsafe driving performance on these critical roads and access ways."
SpeedGaugeAnywhere is integrated with Google Earth's kml format and can also support proprietary GIS data files.
The SpeedGauge platform marries safety, risk, GPS analysis and coaching tools to enable smarter and safer driving.
More info: www.speedgauge.net.