Dispatching Route4Me Routes to Teletrac Navman GPS Fleet Tracking Systems
Route4Me’s partnership with Teletrac Navman GPS Fleet Tracking Systems provides effortless integration between both systems and frictionless route dispatching. To dispatch routes from your Route4Me account to your Teletrac Navman account, first, you need to establish a new telematics connection between both accounts, which takes no more than 5 minutes. Once the telematics connection is established between your Route4Me and Teletrac Navman accounts, all corresponding Teletrac Navman vehicles will be automatically imported into your Route4Me account. After that, all you need to do is assign the imported Teletrac Navman vehicles that to the routes that you want to dispatch and then dispatch all routes with a touch of the button. Once the route from your Route4Me account is dispatched to your Teletrac Navman account, the associated Teletrac Navman vehicle will instantly receive the dispatched route as a set of messages with the dispatched route data.
Establishing a Telematics Connection Between Your Route4Me and Teletrac Navman Accounts
To establish a telematics connection between your Teletrac Navman and Route4Me accounts, first, go to “Telematics Gateway” from the navigation menu in your Route4Me account. Next, click on the “Add Telematics Connection” button in the top left corner.
After that, to create a new telematics connection, first, input the preferred name/alias for the new telematics connection into the corresponding field and then select “Teletrac Navman” from the “Telematics Vendor” drop-down menu.
Next, fill out the corresponding fields with the credentials of the Teletrac Navman account that you want to connect to your Route4Me account. To get your Teletrac Navman GUID, User Name, and Password, please contact your Teletrac Navman account administrator or Teletrac Navman technical support. After that, check the corresponding box to authorize Route4Me to connect to your Teletrac Navman account, adjust the preferred Vehicle Position Refresh Rate, and then click on the “Save” button to finish.
Once the telematics connection between your Route4Me and Teletrac Navman accounts is successfully established, it can be viewed and edited in your Telematics Gateway Editor accordingly. In the “Synced Vehicle Count” column, you can check the percentage of all successfully imported vehicles from your Teletrac Navman account into your Route4Me account.
After successfully establishing the corresponding telematics connection, all vehicles from your Teletrac Navman will be automatically imported into your Route4Me Vehicle Editor. To check the imported vehicles, go to “Vehicles” from the navigation menu in your Route4Me account. The vehicles imported from your Teletrac Navman account are expected to have the same aliases in your Route4Me account.
Dispatching Route4Me Optimized Routes to your Teletrac Navman Account
To dispatch an optimized route from your Route4Me account to your Teletrac Navman account, first, you need to assign the Teletrac Navman imported vehicle to which you want to dispatch a route to the route that you want to dispatch. To learn more about assigning vehicles to routes on the Route4Me Web Platform, visit this page.
Once the preferred Teletrac Navman vehicle is assigned to the route, you can dispatch this route to the assigned vehicle. To dispatch the route from the Route Editor, first, go to “Operations” and then select “Approved to Execute” from the menu. To learn more about dispatching routes from the Route4Me Web Platform, visit this page.
Once the route is dispatched from your Route4Me account, it is sent to the associated Teletrac Navman vehicle as a set of messages with the corresponding route data. To check if the route was successfully dispatched, in the Route Editor, go to “Operations” and make sure that the route’s status is set to “Approved to Execute.”
When dispatching an optimized route from your Route4Me account to a Teletrac Navman vehicle, the corresponding vehicle in the Teletrac Navman system receives the dispatched route as a set of messages. Each received message contains the route alias, stop address, stop sequence number, and stop alias data of the dispatched route.