Ctrack is one of the world’s largest telematics (vehicle tracking) companies, with around 1,000,000 units deployed in over 50 countries across 5 continents. Ctrack UK are a division of Ctrack, an Inseego company (NASDAQ: INSG). Ctrack has been established in the telematics market for 30 years and offers the widest range of solutions available in the UK telematics market place.
Over 3,000 customers in the UK use their telematics systems every day to help reduce costs, increase productivity, improve vehicle security, manage legislative compliance, enhance customer services and reduce their carbon footprint.
Zest offers Ctrack solutions for every type of vehicle and fleet - Insurance partnerships to reduce premium costs - Proven and reliable hardware and software with quick and easy to use interfaces.
Many leading UK companies are already choosing Ctrack to enhance fleet management and gain valuable business insight.
Combining advanced, real-time vehicle tracking with powerful analytical software, our Ctrack MaXx fleet management software is one of the most sophisticated business analysis packages available in the marketplace. Not only does the system enable companies to better manage their fleet operations through improved visibility and control, but it also unlocks valuable business knowledge that can be utilised to implement further cost-effective measures.
Improving the way your employees drive will have a considerable impact on your organisation in terms of reducing costs such as fuel expenditure, insurance and wear and tear, whilst enhancing levels of operational efficiency, environmental responsibility and duty of care. Moreover, positive driving behaviour can help achieve better public perception of your business and prevent costly damage to its corporate image.
GYR Comparison and Rating Reports
Our reporting allows you to very quickly and easily compare driving performance by individual and groups of employees. This enables you to effectively identify the best and worst performing parts of the business along with areas of improvement. As a result, underperforming drivers can be targeted with appropriate training, whilst the reports can be used to support driver incentive and reward schemes to boost employee engagement.
Driver Behaviour Indicator (DBI)
Driver Behaviour Indicator (DBI) is an optional in-vehicle device that alerts drivers to any infringements when on the road by displaying a series of traffic-light coloured warning lights. The DBI unit warns of any driving exceptions to encourage improved behaviour behind the wheel.
OBD GPS Vehicle Tracker
Ctrack Plug & Play is a self-installed fleet tracking device for cars and light commercial vehicles that can be fitted within a matter of seconds. The tracking solution connects quickly and easily to the OBD II diagnostic port of the vehicle to capture telematics data that will not only provide a simple way of monitoring assets and protecting against misuse, but also enable companies to ensure they are being driven responsibly to help maximise return on investment value.
The tracking device provides complete visibility of assets with advanced track and trace functionality that can be viewed in real-time via a web-or server-based user interface or via Ctrack Ctrack Mobi, mobile applications. Meanwhile, Ctrack Plug & Play provides a comprehensive suite of reports which can be previewed on screen, downloaded in Microsoft Excel / PDF or automatically scheduled on a regular basis.
Using an OBD II port the, Ctrack Plug & Play can access additional vehicle specific information from the on-board systems such as excessive engine RPM, malfunction indicator lamp (MIL) notifications and diagnostic trouble codes (DTCs). In addition, driver behaviour monitoring and crash detection can now identify severe G-Force movement, roll-over, over-speeding and excessive idling, while event snapshot recording captures important information for vehicle crash analysis.
Ctrack Plug & Play has also been developed with a wide range of security features, which warn of unauthorised vehicle movements or when a device has been tampered with. Real-time alerts are received if the device is unplugged or moved to another vehicle, while any movement without the engine running, such as being loaded onto a transporter or towed away, also generate an appropriate alarm. It has also been fitted with a battery back-up that allows it to continue tracking for a short period even after unplugged from the OBD II diagnostic port.