Plant & machinery trackers to drive your operation

Monitor the location of your equipment with plant tracking

Protect against plant theft and aid recovery

Manage your plant equipment to drive utilisation

Prevent plant equipment misuse with location alerts

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Take control with a plant tracking solution

Gain visibility of your plant machinery

With plant tracking, your team is empowered with the information they need to effectively manage your plant equipment.

Counter the threat of plant equipment theft

Plant tracking aids the recovery of stolen plant equipment, through location monitoring. Protect your business from the impact of plant theft.

Improve plant fleet utilisation and ROI

By understanding plant equipment location and status, your team can maximise utilisation to drive return-on-investment from these high-value assets.

Enhance operational efficiency

Plant tracking helps optimise your operations to increase efficiency, helping you to work faster and smarter, so you can meet the needs of your business and your customers.

Why Radius offers the best GPS trackers for plant machinery

Our plant equipment tracking system is designed to give you the location visibility you need to manage your operation each day. Through our Kinesis platform, you can access our live map view which shows you the location of each asset fitted with a plant tracker device, indicating the time of last location capture.

Kinesis also gives you access to a range of additional features, such as location history, geofencing and alerts, and a suite of reports to support smarter decision making.

Our plant tracking is facilitated through a range of GPS tracking devices, and our team will ensure we provide the right device based on your specific requirements.

Take control of your plant equipment with our plant tracking system, empowering you to drive efficiency and utilisation, and protecting your valuable plant equipment from misuse, loss and theft.

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How does plant tracking work?

Plant equipment tracking works by using advanced GPS (global positioning system) technology to monitor and track the location of plant equipment. A GPS tracker is installed, which provides real-time location information. This tracker communicates with satellites to determine the precise geographic coordinates of the plant machinery or equipment.

The GPS tracker collects location data and sends it to a central server or database. From there, users can access this information through a web-based platform or mobile app. They can view the current location of the tracked asset, as well as its movement history.

Plant tracking systems often offer additional features, such as geofencing, which allows users to set virtual boundaries on a map. If the tracked plant machinery moves beyond these boundaries, the system triggers an alert, notifying the user.

The collected data can be analysed to optimise plant usage, improve efficiency, and prevent theft. It provides valuable insights into plant equipment utilisation. With this information, your business can make informed decisions about your plant operations, reducing downtime and increasing productivity.

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Key features of plant tracking

Through our Kinesis system, you can take advantage of a range of features to help manage your fleet of plant machinery:

Location monitoring: See the location of each plant machine and the time that location was recorded.

Previous location data: See where your plant machinery was located in the past.

Geofencing: Set up geofences around specific locations to monitor movement in and out of these areas.

Notifications: Set up alerts to notify your team when there are movements in and out of geofenced locations.

Reporting: Access a number of reports to help manage your operation.

Mobile app: Use our mobile app to monitor plant equipment whilst out of the office.

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Product benefits

The advantages of plant tracking

Plant theft prevention and asset recovery

GPS tracking devices can deter plant theft and assist in the recovery of stolen plant equipment. By knowing the exact location of your equipment at all times, you can be notified if unauthorised movements occurs, and take action.

Improved plant fleet management

With a GPS tracker fitted, managers can monitor the location and movement of all plant equipment in real-time. This enables better scheduling and deployment of machinery based on site needs, reducing downtime and improving operational efficiency.

Maintenance scheduling

GPS tracking systems can be used to monitor plant machinery usage, such as time on site. This data can help schedule regular maintenance, preventing breakdowns and extending the lifespan of the plant machinery.

Enhanced safety

By monitoring equipment locations and movements, asset tracking can help enforce safety zones and prevent plant equipment from being operated in restricted or unsafe areas.

Respond to business and customer demand

With fast access to up-to-date locations, your plant machinery can be deployed to meet your business and customer's needs in an efficient and responsive manner. Your team can identify the nearest asset, its status, and make fast deployment decisions.

Data analytics and reporting

GPS tracking systems generate valuable data that can be analysed to gain insights into equipment usage patterns, operational efficiency, and areas for improvement. This information can be used to make informed decisions, improve workflows, and increase productivity.

Plant tracking software that's easy to access and simple to use

Our plant machinery tracking platform, Kinesis, offers a complete solution for efficient fleet tracking and management, with the features needed for plant equipment management. With real-time tracking, geofencing, and advanced reporting capabilities, Kinesis provides the necessary tools to optimise plant machinery operations and boost security.

By integrating seamlessly with Google Maps, Kinesis enables you to monitor the precise location of your plant machinery, access location history data, and receive an instant alert whenever equipment enters or exits specific areas. This level of control allows you to make informed decisions based on accurate information.

Furthermore, Kinesis provides a range of comprehensive reports that can aid strategic decision-making.

With Kinesis, you can ensure that your plant machinery is always tracked, protected, and utilised to its fullest potential, giving you a competitive edge.

Plant tracking GPS devices

An asset tracking device from Radius can be self-installed. Battery-powered, small and robust, our range of machinery trackers deliver the location information you need to manage your fleet and your business. Installation is a simple process and easy to complete.

Our team will understand your requirements, before recommending the right GPS tracking hardware for your application.

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Can’t find an answer to your question? Talk to the Radius customer support team on 0800 056 4432. We’re here to help you with any questions or concerns you may have. 

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