Lone Worker and Personal GPS Tracking
Do you have employees that deal with high-risk individuals or groups, which can potentially put them in harm’s way? Do they work alone in dangerous or isolated areas?
Foretrack Lone Worker tracking provides high sensitivity GPS/GPRS real time tracking of your staff, allowing you to maintain contact with your employees, provide them with the ability to raise an alarm and in doing so comply with Health and Safety, Duty of Care and Corporate Manslaughter legislation.
Lone Worker and Personal GPS Tracking Features Include:
- Real Time Tracking
- Panic Button (Voice, SMS and Email alarms)
- Two way voice communication
- Latest GPS Technology
- National coverage
- Silent call monitoring
Lone Worker and Personal GPS Tracking Benefits Include:
- Small, compact and concealable
- Compliant with Lone Worker Legislation (Duty of Care & Corporate Manslaughter)
- Provides visibility of workforce
- Peace of mind for you and your workforce
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Foretrack offer complete control and around-the-clock visibility of your mobile workforce through our live online vehicle tracking and fleet management service. The many features of the service will help you reduce costs, improve productivity, and ensure you are fulfilling your duty of care for employees.
Foretrack is a live, real time vehicle tracking system, featuring the following:
- Covert and low powered devices
- Vehicle Idling
- Vehicle Speed and Driver Behaviour
- Find Nearest Vehicle
- Journey Snail Trail
- Historical Data and Reporting
- Street Level Mapping
- MOT and Service Scheduling
- Web Based Vehicle Tracking
- See and track vehicle location in real time
- Reduce insurance premiums
- Reduce running costs
- Analyse historical journeys, site visits, vehicle speeds, idling, driver behaviour, and much more
- Get notified immediately by e-mail or SMS when alerts occur
- Monitor critical information, such as the temperature inside refrigerated compartments
- Improve security and protection for both drivers and vehicles
- Check on driving behaviour and calculate fuel usage
- Manage servicing, insurance, and MOTs
- Keep track of the cost of each journey
The global positioning system (GPS) consists of 24 operational satellites (with several spares) orbiting the earth at an altitude of approximately 11,000 miles. The satellites orbit the earth twice per day in a pattern, which ensures that at least 4 satellites can be viewed from the earth at any position any time of the day. Typically however between 5 and 7 satellites may be in view.
These satellites broadcast signals, which are analysed by GPS receivers on the earth. The signals carry information such as the satellite idenitifier, it’s position, and an extremely accurate date and time (derived from an on board atomic clock). GPS receivers on the ground use the signal from at least 4 satellites to determine their own position with an accuracy of around 10 to 20 metres.
The Foretrack GPS receiver also contains a GSM GPRS device inside (much like that found inside a mobile phone). This allows the receiver to transmit its information from the receiver back to the host server in real time via the internet.
The Foretrack GPS receiver also calculates a variety of fleet management information (speed, heading, distance, idling, driver behavior), which is transmitted along with the vehicle location tracking information.