Designed for application providers, integrators and enterprise customers, the MT 4000 is a flexible quad-band GSM/GPRS mobile vehicle tracking device, delivering key product features powering the most demanding applications: fleet management, insurance telematics, vehicle location and recovery, and more.
With superior GPS location performance, a robust programmable rules engine, driver behaviour reporting, geo-fencing, SMS commands, messaging and much more, the MT 4000 is designed for flexible solution deployment. The MT 4000 also includes optional routing and optimization with Garmin® FMI (Fleet Management Interface) - a key part of today’s most useful, versatile and cost-efficient fleet management solutions, and 1-wire Driver ID capabilities.
Built for the local, regional, and long haul fleets, the MT 4000 delivers critical features to driving efficiencies and reducing operational costs. Once fitted to a vehicle and integrated to a fleet management application, fleet managers see immediate return on investment with improvements in driver productivity by monitoring their driver’s location and performance throughout the day.
Simple Solutions | Squarell Flex & CANcliQ
In collaboration with Novatel Wireless and Squarell Technologies, Simple Solutions have developed a vehicle tracking platform capable of utilising and reporting critical vehicle data to your application - created using the MT4000 vehicle tracker, Flex & CancliQ systems and our very own custom-made DCF. Simple Solutions develops bespoke licensed configurations that enable the Novatel Wireless and Squarell devices to work together and provide system integrators with enhanced data, including:
• Fuel usage / Level
• Vehicle ID
• Engine Temperature
• Brake & Clutch Application
• Acceleration & Cruise
• Engine Hours
A complete list of compatible vehicles can be found via http://support.squarell.com/index.php?/Knowledgebase/Article/View/117/17...
For Insurance Telematics or Usage-Based Insurance (UBI) programs, The MT 4000 provides driver behaviour reporting, speed violation alerts, distance and duration travelled, and time of day reporting. With this data, insurers can offer a variety of programs including PAYD/PHYD (pay-as-you-drive or pay-how-you-drive) targeted to consumers as well as fleets.