Case Study

case study

Gledhill Response Ltd are using the Quartix vehicle tracking system to make the running of their fleet more efficient and ensure the safety of their mobile workforce.

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20/03/2014 - Quartix announces record growth for 2013 and appointment of new chairman

10/01/2014 - Secretary of State for Wales visits award-winning vehicle tracking company Quartix Ltd

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Sensors, interfaces and reports

Local authority - sweeper Emergency services - ambulance


Local authority application

Many local authorities and public organisations are required to provide proof of the services that they have delivered to the community. In addition to knowing the whereabouts of vehicles in the fleet this can also extend to reports on road gritting or sweeping, refuse collection and load monitoring and even grass cutting.

The Quartix system is equipped with multiple hardware interfaces which enable the system to present users with a full log of vehicle activity. An example of a sweeping report is shown below. The system can then also match these reports to speed profiles, highlighting any instances, for example, of a gritter in operation at above the permitted maximum speed.

Vehicle tracking sweeping report


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Vehicle tracking emergency vehicle display


Emergency services

Hardware interfaces to the system can be used to monitor the blue light on emergency service vehicles. Data points on route maps are then clearly displayed with a ring around them to show that the vehicle was on emergency call-out. This can then be used to explain any speeding along the route.