MobileView is Now MobileFind

  • October 01, 2015
  • Carol J.
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Did you know we recently changed the name of MobileView to MobileFind™? The new name emphasizes the app’s precise accuracy in locating drivers, assets and vehicles. MobileFind lets you manage your fleet workforce from your mobile device and helps identify potential situations such as late starts, early quitting and congregation of drivers, as well as long or unauthorized stops. One-tap filtering lets you quickly find just the assets or vehicles that you want to locate. Get real-time status updates or use the Breadcrumb Detail screen to view the current and past locations of each vehicle. On both the map and the list view, it’s easy to see current vehicle locations or review up to three months of vehicle history.

With the Navigate to Driver feature, you can get turn-by-turn directions to a specific vehicle—or find the closest vehicle to your current location, a specific vehicle or an address. You can use the traffic display feature to help determine which vehicle to send to a desired location.

With MobileFind, you have complete visibility into your mixed-use fleet from the office, on the road or anywhere in between. Check out this infographic to find out how you can be in two places at once.

CalAmp’s suite of mobile apps enables supervisors, dispatchers and fleet managers to monitor fleet activity even when they don’t have access to a desktop computer.

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