Fleetpin GPS tracking devices primarily track the activity of assets by monitoring the state of the key or engine ignition. With the use of the Custom Inputs add-on, you can also track a variety of other types of asset activity, beyond just the key or engine.

Some common uses include:

  • Proof of placement for weed spraying and mowing
  • Recording the hours of secondary engines, such as those found on drill rigs or truck-mounted suction pumps
  • Per-hour billing for the use of specialised equipment, such as a rock crushing attachment for an excavator

For each custom input that you use, you can create a dedicated hourmeter or odometer, review activity on the tracking map, and generate activity reports. Additionally, you can also create reminders for secondary equipment, such as scheduling the next service for a drill rig engine.

If you operate RUC vehicles, you may be able to claim a refund from NZTA due to your vehicle’s off-road travel. Fleetpin makes it easy to submit these applications.

The RUCOR Advanced add-on allows you to extend our existing RUCOR functionality. Now you can select and review eligible RUC licences, generate the PDF application, and submit it. Eliminate the need to manually fill out RUCORs for all of your RUC licences and let this add-on do all the work for you.

How it works

The RUCOR Advanced add-on automatically populates all fields in the NZTA RUCOR from your Fleetpin off-road data and your business details. If you have more than 10 RUC licences to claim, the add-on will automatically fill out additional RUCOR forms. Finally, just review and digitally sign the form, and we’ll send it directly to NZTA along with a copy for your records.

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Managing the upkeep of your fleet’s vehicles and machinery is no easy task. Fleetpin’s Workshop add-on is designed to make this task easier by compiling service and repair records. Keep track of tasks, costs, history, and asset status all in one place. Add notes for clarity.

How it works

Streamline maintenance to boost overall efficiency and ensure safe operations.

  • Log all service and repair work for each asset.
  • Track maintenance costs and compare it with asset usage overtime, with a view of the asset’s engine hours or mileage.
  • Add detailed notes to tasks for clear communication and reference.
  • Access a history of tasks, costs, and asset status for informed decision making.
  • Flag assets ‘Do Not Operate’, ‘Not In Service’ or ‘Hazard’ to prevent the use of an unsafe vehicle or machine. Also add a specific flag message visible to all users.

Try the Workshop Add-On’s simplicity and effectiveness in managing your fleet’s maintenance.

Fleetpin Impact Alerts can notify you of a potential crash or sudden impact events. Impact events are detected by accelerometer hardware contained within a compatible Fleetpin GPS tracking device.

The Fleetpin Harsh Driving add-on includes specialised in-vehicle deterrents and comprehensive reporting on speeding, harsh cornering, braking, and acceleration. Quickly identify unsafe driving and monitor the trends of individual drivers and fleet-wide rankings.

The Driver ID add-on allows you to extend your existing driver profiles. Drivers can sign in and out of vehicles using the Fleetpin mobile app or by using an RFID tag and optional in-vehicle RFID reader kits.

As drivers sign in and out of vehicles, you can run reports such as the Driver Activity Report (exclusive to this add-on) and make use of the driver filter in other reports.

Drivers can use the Fleetpin V2 mobile companion app to review daily summaries of their own activity across the vehicles they have been operating. This can assist drivers with accurately recording time and mileage.

With the Unauthorised Driver Alert, you can be notified as soon as a vehicle is operated without a driver being signed in, or by a driver who isn’t authorised to use that vehicle.

Fleetpin SOS Alerts allow your drivers and operators to request assistance in emergency and non-emergency situations at the press of a button. Your team can respond by contacting the driver or other nearby personnel to organise assistance.

Fleetpin Overspeed Alerts can help you identify risky driver behaviour by notifying you when they exceed posted speed limits, geofenced location speed limits, or a fixed speed limit that you specify. The Overspeed Alert is a detailed extension to the Overspeed report.

Fleetpin Location Alerts are a great way to keep you and your team up-to-date about vehicles arriving or leaving important locations such as work sites, depots, or hazardous areas. You can even specify times and days of the week that you’d like to be notified.

Fleetpin Anti-Theft Alerts allow you to set up 24/7 monitoring of your assets so that you can be notified of any movement or activity that takes place during the scheduled times you specify. Anti-Tamper alerts can detect interference with your GPS tracking device or asset batteries.

How it works

Fleetpin will trigger Anti-Theft Alerts if any of the following events are received from your Fleetpin GPS tracking devices:

  • Key on
  • Auxiliary input on
  • Significant movement
  • Speed greater than 5km/h
  • Impact
  • Tow
  • Battery disconnected

Anti-Tamper alerts monitor the status of the vehicle battery supply and the GPS tracking device antenna connection (if connected).

Fleetpin Time-Based Alerts are an excellent health and safety tool, but also useful from an operational perspective too.

Curfew alerts can notify staff if a vehicle is not back at a location by a certain time, or if the vehicle has not left a location by a certain time.

Stopped Alerts will let you know when your vehicles have remained in one place for a period of time that you specify. This could indicate an incident whereby the driver needs help but is unable to request assistance, or more generally where it’s unusual for a vehicle to be stopped for more than a certain duration.

Time-Based Alerts can form an integral part of your health and safety strategy.

Compatible Fleetpin GPS tracking devices include one or more digital inputs.

These inputs can be activated by sending a high or low signal from an external accessory such as a switch, relay, or other external device.

With Input Alerts, you can receive a notification when the state of the input changes.