Automatic Vehicle Location (AVL)

Web AVL is a highly secure vehicle tracking solution that uses familiar Google Maps and is designed for public safety agencies.  It is a cloud hosted service accessible via any computer in your facility or fleet with a browser and access to the Internet.

Automatic Vehicle Location powered by Google Maps

Deploy with minimal effort – start tracking your entire fleet within hours, depending on your GPS hardware and network environment.

Key Features

  • Highly secure – firewall only allows access to authorized emergency response agencies. Learn more »
  • Integrated Google Maps eliminates the need for GIS and tracks outside jurisdiction boundaries
  • No server to purchase or maintain
  • No in-car computer? Data911 offers all-in-one tracking devices.  Learn more »
  • Share unit locations with other agencies for free. Learn more »
  • Includes touch screen enabled Mobile Map with navigation for field personnel. Learn more »
  • Free API (application programming interface) to integrate CAD available. Learn more »
  • M7 equipped vehicles tracked for free (while the M7 system is under warranty)

Automatic Vehicle Location powered by Google Maps

Schedule a Demo

A webinar is the most effective way to discuss your agency’s specific needs. To schedule a demo and discuss a free evaluation, please contact us at 510.865.9100 or WebAVLDemo@Data911.com.

Or click this link to register for access to the Web AVL Demo System with live units and all the functionality of our full service offering.

Brochures & Data Sheets

Data911 Web AVL Data Sheet PDF | 954kb

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