Heavy equipment tracking has been used to recover stolen equipment such as a recent story published on September 14th. The story states that Williams Southern had a brand new hydraulic breaker that was stolen. The company placed a GPS Tracker on the breaker so the signal was able to be traced. The police then moved in on the piece of equipment and were able to locate the stolen equipment. This also led to recovering additional stolen items such as a floor saw and different types of power tools. This is just one of the many ways that heavy equipment tracking can lead to recovering stolen or missing equipment.
The tracking portal is simple to use for heavy equipment tracking. The tracking portal provides up to six months history of reports, breadcrumb trail, satellite view, street view, and more. Alerts may also be configured to notify the user by text message and/or email of events such as motion detected or if the heavy equipment enters or leaves a certain area. Multiple units can be added underneath the same account and can be tracked using any smart phone, tablet, or computer.