a. The vehicle tracking uses devices which connect to (1) the vehicle’s engine computer unit, (2) GPS satellites, and (3) the internet.
b. Information captured from the vehicle and GPS satellites, along with data generated by an accelerometer in the tracking device, is sent in an encrypted form over the internet to the Azuga servers.
c. Using a web browser or mobile app with a secure connection to the internet, authorized individuals with user credentials can access this data in a dashboard that presents live data in maps, charts, and reports that make it possible to see how and where a vehicle or asset is being operated.
d. It is also possible to read data on vehicle health, as well as specific driver behaviors, such as speeding, idling, and harsh cornering, braking and acceleration.