GPS / Telematics

State of Oklahoma Implements GPS Tracking

January 28, 2010

OKLAHOMA CITY - The state of Oklahoma awarded GPS Insight the statewide contract for GPS tracking. The company will provide service for 1,100 existing devices, GPS tracking devices, GPS tracking devices with remote diagnostics capabilities, and special use GPS tracking devices for trailers and other asset tracking purposes.

The agreement period runs through Sept. 30, 2012. All state departments, boards, commissions, agencies, and institutions, as well as counties, school districts, and municipalities may purchase under this statewide contract SW799.

According to Robert Donat, president of GPS Insight, the company is already tracking more than 1,000 of the state's vehicles and customized features based on five new requests from Clay Chandler, Oklahoma state fleet manager.

Clay Chandler added, "GPS Insight allows us to use our existing hardware, as well as new devices, and provides unlimited reporting history, multiple mapping options, a highly customizable dashboard interface, remote diagnostics, Garmin integration, and a hierarchy for administration and reporting which is invaluable for large fleets such as ours."


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