Vehicle-Assets Tracking

Fleet management and assets tracking in real-time

Alliance Tradex offers a reliable fleet management solution for real-time monitoring and control of vehicle and fixed assets in or outside the Democratic Republic of Congo. Our online platform is accessible 24/7 over internet-enabled devices such as smartphones, tablets, laptops or personal computers from anywhere in the world.

Four available options:

Cobra-Track is a tracking system dedicated to the safety and security of and fight against the theft of vehicles located in the areas covered by the GSM (Global System for Mobile communication) network.

 

Viper-Track is a tracking system

 
Eagle-Track is a tracking system with GPS satellite, dedicated to the safety and security of and fight against the theft of machinery and agricultural and construction equipment in areas not covered by the GSM network.

 
Sentinel-Track is a tracking system for remote sites, located in an area defined by the customer. In the event of unauthorized use or movement outside known parameters, an alert in the form of an SMS and/or e-mail is automatically sent to a designated supervisor.

 

Fleet management Alliance Tradex
  Cobra Track Viper Track Eagle Track Sentinelle Track
Utility vehicles  √  
Trucks and Lorries  √  
Tankers    
Trains and wagons    
Rental vehicles  √  
Containers    
Construction and Mining equipment    

 

 Features and benefits

  • monitor driver behaviour 
  • reduce operating costs
  • track stolen vehicles
  • receive alerts when vehicle leaves the predefined route
  • monitor fuel consumption (where a fuel level sensor is fitted)
Accessories
  • Fuel level sensor
  • Temperature sensor
  • Door sensor
  • Driver ID
  • Cargo/Goods Vehicles
    Cargo/Goods Vehicles Trucks and lorries Read More
  • Train/Cargo Tracking
    Train/Cargo Tracking Commuter and cargo trains Read More
  • Trailer and Container
    Trailer and Container Trailers & Containers Read More
  • Public Transportation
    Public Transportation Buses and taxis Read More