Vehicle Tracking Solutions (VTS), the leading technology provider in the telematics industry, is proud to announce their enhanced Android app release, version 3.0, the most powerful fleet management mobile application available.
VTS offers state-of-the-art maps, addressing, traffic, satellite imagery, as well as a new “Street View” option for customers which provides the current location of your vehicle vitals in the same view. This upgrade gives users new functionality and faster load times as well.
“This major update to the Silent Passenger app on the Android platform was geared to creating a scalable enterprise fleet management app that is able to handle the demand of operators with thousands of vehicles, trailers, and assets in their fleet. Performance tuning and enhancing the intuitiveness of the application for the user was a major focus by the Silent Passenger US-based development team,” said Ryan Wilkinson, Chief Technology Officer at VTS. “Together, our development team created the best fleet management mobile app available today!”
The latest update includes features such as:
• Enhanced Route Playback with actual Google Street View. You can now replay and view the exact route your vehicles take.
• Accurate real-time readings for subscribed vehicles such as temperature status, and battery levels for powered and non-powered devices, including a Google Maps traffic overlay.
• The reporting function of the app has also been enhanced, providing easy to use reports with a timeline of vehicle events.
• Plus, a count of vehicles and a map view filter to easily locate them, including search by voice – using speech to text technology.
“The performance of the update is like nothing we’ve seen before. Our mobile workforce can now look at hundreds of assets on their mobile devices with ease – viewing all our trucks, trailers and heavy equipment in the field,” said Eric Neeld, Director of IT at APEX Management and Consulting LLC. “Aside from the standard refresh intervals, the Rapid Update and Locate now features have allowed us to get real-time location updates in 5-second intervals.”