Marcus® V8 GPS Fleet Management
System Sample Map Views
your fleet in real-time at a multitude of perspectives with customized
maps. This tremendous flexibility provides
detailed vehicle and driver information specific to your business
needs. Combined with the information in the customized
be able to make more informed decisions that will improve your
customer service, and your bottom line!
Sample Map Views:
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With the MARCUS GPS Vehicle Tracking System, upon logging in for the first time, the default view will be a map with one or several of the vehicles in your fleet. Your view depends on your custom admin settings.
View a single vehicle or a fleet of vehicles.
The Find tab provides you with the capability to: Locate a specific mobile unit,
Mapping Powered by Google with Satellite, Hybrid, Terrain, and Traffic views,
Full Screen Map, Find the mobile unit closest to the current location,
Find an entire fleet of mobile units & more.
View a single vehicle or a fleet of vehicles. The Find Vehicles Map
offers options such as Find Vehicle with Bread Crumb Trail, Find
Vehicle with Real Time Traffic Flow, Fleet Activity, Find Saved
Locations, Find Saved Zones and more.
From the Find screen, right click on a vehicle's icon to view today's or yesterday's travel history. Control the playback speed or duration with the time bar or click on any point for more detailed information.
View vehicle history for a day, View Entire day’s history, Click track for more detail, View entire track history for time period, Scroll throughout the day.
Locations can be created and stored for use with all the map-related features of the application: Find, Dispatch, Routes, Reports, and Alerts. Locations appear on the map as translucent red shapes. To see the locations that are defined in your application, click on Locations on the Admin tab.
Once you have established locations in your Location List, you can modify them in a number of ways. For example, if ABC Office Supply, the location we just added, moves to a larger facility, dispatchers can easily modify their location definition to a new address and a different expiration