The Marine Corps has awarded Reynold and Reynolds’ Networkcar unit a contract worth up to $1.6 million to provide Networkfleet data recorders for vehicles at five locations in California.
Networkcar uses wireless technology to provide 24/7 monitoring of a vehicle’s location, security and performance. Its fleet management system, Networkfleet, provides remote online access to vehicle information, facilitating optimum vehicle use, among other benefits. “Networkfleet helps us increase safety on the bases," says Bill Martine, fleet manager/regional maintenance coordinator at Camp Pendleton. "One of our goals is to reduce the number of speed-related accidents. With Networkfleet we can monitor vehicle speeds at all times. The system also helps us improve maintenance since we now have up-to-the minute information on the operating condition of each vehicle."