Back2You Review: a GPS Tracking System to Keep School Busses Safe
If you are running a school and have school buses, you must make sure that they are safe and you know exactly where they are at all times. Why? Well, first of all, you’d definitely want to prevent your drivers from abusing your vehicles and using the buses for their own advantage. Secondly, you’d want to keep the children in your care safe and know where they are while they’re riding your school buses. That’s why you should equip your vehicles with an efficient and robust vehicle tracker. Back2You is a good option because it provides reliable GPS tracking without costing too much.
Back2You software is available in both wireless and wired mode. Wireless devices are more portable as compared to wired devices. The great thing about Back2You is that everything is plug and play, so you won’t have any problem installing and configuring their devices. All you need to do is check a demo to ensure that the device is sending the right data.
Back2You integrated hardware and software units come with the following features:
- Mobile and tablet support
- Alarm notifications
- Quick operations menu (one or two clicks to stop the bus in case of emergency)
- Full tracking history and reporting with an option to export in XLS
- Efficient customer support
- Online worldwide tracking
- Intuitive user interface
- An option to manage multiple fleets of buses from one login
- High network connectivity options to send information quickly from remote areas
- Parents and school administrators can easily monitor the buses on their Smartphone on the go and send alerts quickly in case of any emergency.
Back2You is an affordable GPS tracker that has all the necessary options to track and protect your school buses and other vehicles. Keep in mind that the software is relatively new, so there will be upgrades, new features and interface changes.
Lisa Parker is a techy geek with a keen interest in new technologies and trends. She enjoys writing about mobile phones, software and other tech topics.