Valarm Fleet Tracking allows you to see where your drivers are at any moment, and the traffic conditions too.
The Valarm Analytical Mapping tool enables up-to-the-minute as well as full-historical browsing of all activity, plotted on an interactive map. Advanced tools allow plotting of paths and coverage areas for groups of alarms, colored-coded by your device configuration. The path tools display distances traveled, average speed, and other statistics. There is a button to plot [...]
The Valarm Command Center gives you real-time environmental data and locations of all your active devices. Choose your refresh rate, and show or hide devices to customize the view. Watch your vineyard, farm, fleet or other assets in real-time. You’ll see environmental and weather data, direction, speed, current traffic, plus more.
Valarm’s integration with Google Maps allows incredible views of satellite imagery, Google Maps Street View, and current traffic data. Click anywhere on the path of your asset to immediately see the situation on-the-ground, as well as view the statistics recorded or calculated by Valarm, including speed and travel direction.
Valarm’s Public Tracking feature allows you to track anything in real-time and share it publicly. Perhaps you have the town’s most delicious tacos in your taco trucks and want people to know the location where the tacos are selling every day. If you’re late or early or have a sudden last minute change of location [...]
Valarm’s fleet tools provide an exceptional degree of control in monitoring the whereabouts of vehicles and equipment for trucking, delivery, service, and private or municipal fleets, as well as emergency vehicles, local watercraft, small planes, helicopters and more.
By installing Valarm on an inexpensive Android™ phone or tablet and plugging it into your vehicle’s accessory power jack (or directly wiring it to ignition-power), you will have access to real-time tracking and historical analysis, 24-7 through the Valarm Tools website. Depending on your configuration and hardware, Valarm can also run for many hours on battery power alone. Valarm safely logs data to the device’s internal database, and immediately uploads to the Valarm servers whenever a network connection is available, whether EDGE/3G/4G or WiFi. If real-time tracking is not your focus and you’re mostly concerned with data-logging and post-analysis, Valarm’s on-device data-logging capabilities can record several days of data before syncing to the web via WiFi when the vehicle is in range at your depot or offices.
Valarm’s web-based mapping and history tools allow you to plot routes and visualize areas or territories by time and date ranges, and across multiple vehicles simultaneously. Search for alerts triggered by any specific sensor such as speed, distance-from-origin/distance-to-target (geo-fencing). If you’re a hard-core data-analyst-type, the Valarm Tools website even allows you to download your data for advanced analysis and reporting in external tools such as ESRI ArcGIS, Quantum GIS, Google Earth, and Microsoft Excel.
The Valarm web tools allow you to create and share a Tracking Code with your customers, so they can track your delivery or service vehicle for a limited (or unlimited) time, with access controlled entirely by you. Blackout Zones can even be created to automatically hide your depots, suppliers, or offices from the Public Tracker interface.
Valarm can monitor, record and broadcast alerts based on vehicle parameters with OBDII - at no extra charge. Compatible with a wide variety of Bluetooth-compatible adapters, Valarm’s OBD2 support allows you to monitor and configure alerts based on vehicle speed as reported directly by the vehicle’s ECU (besides the speed calculated by GPS), as well as throttle position, engine RPMs, and coolant temperature. The industrial-strength interfaces offered by PLX Devices, ScanTool.net and OBDKey.com are highly recommended, and Valarm may function with other ELM327+Bluetooth compatible adapters (off-brand or “clone” adapters are not tested and not officially supported). Valarm’s OBDII capabilities are BUILT-IN, there are no extra charges – just buy a compatible interface from any of the vendors listed above, pair it with a Valarm device, and you’re remotely monitoring a vehicle ECU. Valarm can send you a text message and post an alert to the web when any vehicle in your fleet is overheating, being raced, or speeding beyond a configured limit. In a near-future release we’ll also monitor the vehicle’s ECU status for trouble codes, and add a few more interesting vehicle parameters to our OBDII support.