Fleet FAQ? Public Fleet Tracking and Telematics

Q: How does geofencing work?

September 18, 2017

by Amin Amini - Also by this author

A: A geofence is a virtual perimeter created around a real-world location, which limits the operational area a vehicle can travel. If a vehicle travels outside of this location, the fleet manager and/or other designated stakeholders will receive an alert.

Geofences can be set specifically to the operational needs of the fleet. For instance, it can be matched to a daily, set route for a service technician, and, at night, reset to the confines of a garage or yard as a part of the fleet’s overall security measures.

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As the Midwest Area Sales Manager, Amin is responsible for city, county, and state entities across 15 states. He has 15 years of experience in the telecom industry and has been with Verizon for 9.5 years.

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