We are pleased to announce better rates for Mini airtime. CAD $35 (USD $30) per month for unlimited tracking and web access. Visit the Products page for details.
We are pleased to announce the immediately availability of zeroLINK, a reliable, affordable, real-time tracking solutions designed for rental and leasing companies.
Now get optimal Driving Directions, distance and time from any vehicle location, current or historical. Just click the vehicle marker, click Directions, enter a destination address, and click Show.
Landmarks can now be quickly added from the Map page. Just click a vehicle marker, click Add Landmark, enter a name, choose a colour, and click Save.
Introducing new Trips and Speeding reports for proLINK and miniLINK.
As broadcast on CTV News and reported on in the Edmonton Journal, one of our customers tracks his stolen truck to a chop shop in a remote area. Directing RCMP cruisers to its location, arrests are made and our customer recovers his truck within a few hours. Watch the CTV broadcasts. Read the Edmonton Journal story, web or print version.
In order to better serve customers and increase network capacity, we are moving our development and production office into a larger facility. Fortunately for existing customers, we do not anticipate this move causing any significant server downtime.
GPS Police and Baseloc have been working hard on its next-generation GPS vehicle tracking system. We are scheduling release for Dec 1, 2006. Key new features include: Live tracking and flat-rate airtime plans.
As part ongoing hardware optimization, HQ has been tuned for better performance for customers with fleets of 250+ vehicles.
HQ 1.5 (free automatic update for all customers) now includes Landmarks. Better than basic Geofences, Landmarks lets you tag an unlimited number of named, colour-coded locations (Landmarks), which you can easily report on and use for instant notification. The Landmarks report even lets you retroactively see where vehicles were (stops, duration) in relation to these custom tagged areas.
As a result of rapid growth, we are moving our development and production office from Bay 31 to Bay 25. Greater space will facilitate faster production and quicker service.
This month we are opening a training centre and demonstration showroom inside the Gunnar building (Calgary).
HQ can now be integrated into other third-party and back-end operations software with our XML feed. Contact GPS Police Technical Services for more details. email@example.com
HQ 1.4 now allows you to view the estimated fuel consumption for any vehicle for the month, based on its city/highway mileage. This is handy for verifying submitted fuel expenses and getting fuel tax rebates on qualified roads.
HQ 1.2 now offers seamless integration with Google Earth via real-time network links. Which means that all customers may now track their vehicles, and view historical activity, within Google Earth. This feature is a free, automatic upgrade for all existing customers.
Today we are announcing major performance improvements to HQ, our vehicle tracking and fleet management web site. As a result of extensive server upgrades and database optimization, mapping and reporting are much faster. For example, for fleets with 100+ vehicles, HQ will generate 400-500% faster.
We are pleased to announce excellent sales of LINK to transportation companies in the eastern United States. With improved security and productivity features, we anticipate sales growth in transportation and construction industries to continue.
We begin working on a simple to use, web-based vehicle tracking system.
Come see us at booth 430 at the Calgary BUILDEX and Chipex West tradeshows. You can learn why we are the number one fleet management solution in Canada.
With theft of trailers and heavy equipment increasing, GPS Police begins selling LINK to construction companies in western Canada.
We are pleased to announce that our Network Operations Center (NOC) has been certified for wireless communications and telematics applications.
July marks the beginning of the North American-wide beta test of our LINK, our web-based vehicle tracking system.
GPS Police opens for business.