Azuga is the industry leader in fleet tracking, but we recognize that you have valuable physical assets that go beyond your fleet vehicles. Whether you need to keep track of construction equipment, storage containers, trailers, generators, or any other large equipment, we have the perfect solution.
With Asset Tracking, see where your equipment is and where your workers are with the real-time asset tracking dashboard making it easy to schedule asset delivery, pick up, and maintenance with greater efficiency. And with built-in tools such as geofencing, you’ll know exactly when an asset leaves its designated area.
Track assets even if they don’t have power. We offer a GPS device with a battery life of up to five years. You can use rechargeable asset trackers on assets such as:
Read the specs on rechargeable asset trackers here.
For assets that don’t have power, we offer a device with a battery life of up to five years.
You can use long life asset trackers on devices such as:
Read the specs of long life asset trackers here.
When you have large physical assets deployed in the field, you are at risk for theft and unauthorized use. Not only that, you need to know where each asset is at all times so that you can transport and employ them efficiently.
Azuga’s Asset Tracking system with geofencing allows you to know exactly where each of your physical assets is located and when they are on the move in real-time. You’ll be able to simplify your yard management, recover stolen equipment easily, and detect and prevent costly unauthorized use every time. Additionally, you’ll find it’s easier to maximize the revenue from asset deployments when you can track them in real-time. You can even track your assets on the go with our easy-to-use mobile apps.
Knowing the location of your assets in real-time goes a long way towards keeping them safe. Protect valuable assets, deter unauthorized use, and improve recovery efforts in the event of theft.
Simplify billing with reports that show—by customer—when and where assets were deployed. Being able to track revenue helps your business grow and succeed.
Know when equipment begins to move, enters or exits geofenced areas, or makes a lengthy stop. This helps you track the status of your jobs and ensure that everything is on track.
Know exactly where assets and workers are at all times and streamline asset delivery, maintenance, and pickup. Ensure you’re getting the most out of your assets.
Azuga’s asset tracking system can keep tabs on all sorts of physical assets from commercial assets to small equipment. Here are just a few of the asset types our clients track through their fleet dashboards.
"We’ve tried a lot of fleet tracking solutions and none of them could beat Azuga at its combination of amazing price, easy reporting features, and reliability. We’re still learning new applications for all that Azuga can do. It has everything we were looking for and is the best bang for our buck."
Fleet Director, Smith & SolomonRead Story
You can pull up that map, know where all your assets are, if technicians have completed the job, standing still for 3 hours or if they haven’t gotten there yet.
VP of Stationary ServicesRead Story
"Azuga GPS device is next-gen GPS. It’s easy to install, portable between vehicles and provides valuable business insight into asset tracking, fuel wasting behavior, vehicle maintenance schedules and driver performance. We recently switched to Azuga from a hard-install GPS provider and are delighted at the results."
Azuga helps me understand where my guys are and to check that the job is getting done and that the team is doing what they are supposed to be doing.
Asset tracking is a vital part of fleet operations. It collects real-time data from your equipment and vehicles, usually by using GPS trackers, barcodes, QR codes, or scanners. You can track location, HoS, idle time, and more regarding these vehicles. Naturally, companies need to know what they have on hand, and asset tracking helps stay on top of that. It’s been around as long as fleets have been in operation, albeit with paper and pencil. Today’s asset tracking is made much easier with electronic tracking devices and databases that fleet managers can view at any time.
An asset tracker connects to a device at three points:
You can then use your web browser or mobile app to log in and access tracking data in your dashboard. You can read more about how tracking devices work in our blog article, “How Do Fleet Tracking Devices Work?”