Track Construction Assets and Storage Trailers With GPS

If you have storage trailers or construction equipment scattered across the state or job sites, it can be difficult to keep track of their location.  It can be a time-consuming process to find them resulting in wasted labor hours, lost revenue, and equipment write-offs.

Magnum AVL Battery-Operated GPS Asset Tracker

The enhanced Magnum AVL 660-BAT is designed for mounting on the top of your equipment withMBAT60 Battery-Operated GPS Asset Tracker four screws. There are no wires or external antennas and the internal battery will last 3-4 years. The rugged design is rated IP67 for outdoor use and it can be painted to match your equipment. It uses the Verizon Wireless cellular data network and includes a sensitive GPS receiver for location based tracking. It is only about 10 inches long and 2.5 inches high and weighs 25 oz including the battery.

Track Your Assets Using Web Based Google Maps

Track your assets from any computer or smartphone using Google Maps with the Magnum AVL web interface. Satellite, and street views make it easy to locate your equipment. The control panel shows all your assets and their location. You can also track your vehicles on the same map. Assets can be grouped, edited, and assigned different icons for easy viewing. Your history is stored online for 18 months or set up automatic reports that can be printed or emailed at regular intervals.

Low Cost Automatic Daily Updates Every 12 Hours

The 660-BAT sleeps between updates to conserve battery life. It automatically reports map location with address every 12 hours. The time is of day is set by removing a magnet to start the 12 hour cycle.

Asset Management with a Quick ROI

Magnum AVL LogoConsidering today’s labor and fuel costs, the investment in Magnum AVL GPS tracking is quickly recovered. The 660-BAT including the service plan based on a 3 year lifespan is about 50 cents per day. Keeping a work crew waiting can be hundreds or thousands in extra costs.

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