GPS Asset Tracking

Track valuable assets with GPS asset tracking

Reduce equipment downtime, right-size your resources and find your physical assets fast with our purpose-built range of GPS tracking devices.

GPS Asset Tracking

Track valuable assets with GPS asset tracking

Reduce equipment downtime, right-size your resources and find your physical assets fast with our purpose-built range of GPS tracking devices.

Bird's eye view of a map on Inseego's fleet tracking software showing asset locations.

Find what you need. Fast.

Don’t waste costly downtime looking for equipment. Access our GPS asset tracking software from your desktop or mobile phone, and know where it is in real-time, and if it’s currently in use. Filter thousands of assets by tag, type or name.

Inseego's fleet tracking software showcasing a report on asset usage.

Get more from all the assets you own

Save on renting equipment or purchasing new assets by easily tracking utilisation of all your assets, across the entire business. Asset reporting can identify under-utilised assets, which can be sold or allocated more effectively.

Inseego's fleet mobile app alerting fleet managers about asset misuse.

Save assets from misuse with alerts

Create alerts that let you know if assets are being used outside of authorised hours or an asset moves from a geofenced location, and keep misuse to a minimum. Notifications can be sent directly to your security team for a faster response.

Fleet worker looking Inseego's fleet tracking software which has an alert about stolen assets.

Advanced recovery mode for stolen assets

Recover stolen assets faster with advanced recovery functionality. Once activated, your tracking device will increase the rate at which it reports its location, to aid the recovery process and assist authorities.

Closeup of a worker doing inspections on a vehicle with Inseego's fleet tracking software showing maintenance alerts about it.

Reduce downtime with preventive maintenance

Receive automatic maintenance alerts based on engine hours or time intervals and keep key assets productive, and within the requirements of factory warranties. Oil changes, replacing parts or general servicing can prevent costly downtime and extend the lifecycles of your assets.

Picture showcasing the interior of one of Inseego's fleet tracking devices.

Install yourself or leave it to us

Getting started with our asset tracking solution is easy. Do it yourself, or book in with our nationwide network of qualified installers.

  1. Self-installation
    Asset tracking devices can be simple enough to install yourself, allowing you to just ‘place and trace’, without any complicated or lengthy installation procedures. For basic asset tracking setups, this means you can be up and running in minutes.
  2. Nationwide installers network
    Our trained network of professional installers means large-scale or more complicated installations are not a problem. Talk to us about your requirements and we can organise a schedule that minimises any downtime and deploys your asset tracking solution as quickly as possible.

Tracking devices for every scenario

Large, small, battery-powered, weatherproof, remote locations or very specific data collection requirements — there’s an asset tracker perfectly suited to your needs. And equipment tracking devices are now more affordable than ever before.

Powered & non-powered devices

Tracking devices can be connected to the asset’s power source, or provide their own battery power, using cost-effective and widely available alkaline or lithium batteries, which, depending on the reporting rate, can last up to seven years.

Tough construction

Built to withstand the elements, choose weatherproof (IP67) devices that are compact, rugged and designed to last no matter what their environment throws at them.

Input / interface options

Increase the types of asset data your devices can track with a range of inputs available for third party assets including analogue or digital, or multiple interfaces (RS-232, RS-485, SDI-12 or I²C Sensor).

Flexible networks

Track your assets anywhere in Australia, even outside of coverage areas or using private networks. Connect your asset tracking device using 2G, Bluetooth®, 4G LTE-M / NB-IoT, Helium, Iridium Satellite, LoRaWAN® or Sigfox.


The security of your tracking devices is critical to reliable reporting, which is why devices are not only built tough but can also include tamper alerts.

Battery-powered for up to 7 years

When it’s not possible to connect to an asset’s power supply, choose a battery-powered GPS asset tracker, with widely available and cost-effective alkaline or rechargeable lithium batteries. Battery life can last up to seven years (with a built-in low battery alert).

Frequently asked questions

What is asset tracking?

Asset tracking is the system of attaching GPS trackers to your assets and then monitoring them using online software and mobile apps. The GPS trackers fitted to assets can record activity such as movement, location, vibration, engine hours or a door opening — and then send this information to your GPS asset management software using mobile data (or another network service). Asset tracking is often an important part of GPS fleet management.

Why is asset tracking important to my business?

Asset tracking is a valuable tool to help you improve the maintenance, utilisation and security of your equipment. It’s also an important way to understand how assets are being used so you can allocate resources effectively.

The telemetry information collected by asset tracking devices can be used in a variety of ways. For example, usage data (e.g. engine hours) can be used to schedule preventive maintenance. Better care of assets means less downtime, and this is a key way to lower operating costs. Mobile workers can use location data to quickly find equipment, instead of renting or calling around. Geofences and movement alerts can be used to respond quickly to unauthorised use or theft. Asset location reports can help calculate work order costs or rental charges.

What assets should I be tracking?

You can track just about anything — it doesn’t need to only be high-value assets, it can be whatever is important to your business.

Types of assets typically tracked include:

  • Vehicles, boats or motorbikes
  • Trailers
  • Rental equipment
  • Off-highway vehicles (OHV) such as diggers, bulldozers and forklifts
  • Tools and generators
  • Shipping containers, freight, pallets or parcels
  • IT equipment

GPS tracking devices can be connected to the asset’s power supply or use long-life batteries when attached to non-powered assets (e.g. tools).

Is asset tracking right for my business?

To decide if a GPS fleet tracking solution for your assets is the right decision for your business, consider the following questions:

  • Is downtime (due to equipment theft or breakdown) a significant cost to your business?
  • Do you need to share assets between teams?
  • Is preventive maintenance of assets important?
  • Would knowing the cost of your assets by job site (or customer) help with billing?
  • Do you know if all your assets are being fully utilised?
  • Is it important to know the location of stored goods at all times?

Asset tracking can help with a wide range of business problems, cut costs, save time and improve customer service.

If you would like to discuss your specific requirements, please feel free to contact our sales team.

How does asset tracking work?

A small electronic device (called a GPS tracker) is attached to an asset. It is self-powered (batteries) or connected to the asset’s power supply. When switched on, it starts transmitting data using a network (e.g. 4G, Bluetooth, WPLAN etc.), and this data is collected by a GPS asset management system.

There are a wide variety of options to suit different asset tracking requirements, including asset types, data types, check-in frequency, weather proofing and physical remoteness. Talk to us about what’s possible!

Is it expensive to track assets?

We have a range of affordable asset tracking plans to suit your budget, including payment plans.

It’s also important to keep in mind the potential savings by using asset tracking in your business, such as reducing asset downtime, finding equipment faster and minimising theft.

Is asset tracking good for small businesses?

One important way that asset tracking helps small businesses is through better utilisation. Purchasing more equipment is a significant expense — it can be more cost-effective to analyse current usage and see how assets could be better utilised.

Improving security against theft can also help to prevent costly downtime, and make sure your business stays productive.

Can I add more assets in the future?

Yes, additional assets can be added at any time. Talk to us about the best hardware options to help you effectively manage all your equipment across a mixed-fleet.

Why should I choose Inseego over other providers?

In Australia, Inseego (formerly known as Ctrack) has been in the telematics industry for more than 35 years, with a lot of experience across different industries throughout the region.

Inseego can provide you with a ready-to-use tracking solution, or customise to the specific needs and size of your business. We work alongside you as a telematics partner to maximise your ROI.

As a global leader in 5G and intelligent IoT device-to-cloud solutions, Inseego can combine the power and innovation behind this technology with our existing telematics expertise to bring you new opportunities to enhance your business operations.

How do I get started with GPS asset tracking?

Getting started is easy. Contact us today, let us know a little bit about your fleet and what you would like to achieve and one of our consultants will be in touch to explain how our asset tracking system works, provide an overview of the installation process and discuss pricing.

You can also request a demonstration of the asset tracking software so you can see the GPS tracking in action.

Our telematics consultants have experience with a wide range of different industries and fleet sizes so are in a good position to suggest what features and functions would suit your business best.

Where is my data stored?

AWS (Amazon Web Services) is used to store client data securely here in Australia. The data facility is ISO compliant and provides the safest option available to make sure your data is protected and accessible at all times.

You can read more about the security and reliability features of AWS here.

Will I receive support and training?

Yes, Inseego are committed to working alongside you as a telematics partner, helping you maximise the benefit and ROI of your new asset tracking solution. We offer a range of support and training services, designed to fit with the needs of your business and help your staff integrate the software with their daily processes.

Support and training options include:

  • Help desk for fast and ready access to technical support
  • Remote support to diagnose, troubleshoot and resolve technical issues
  • Onsite or remote training workshops to upskill staff

Adding new technology to your business can create some anxiety - our support and training services are designed to make the process of implementing GPS tracking as seamless and trouble-free as possible.

Talk to our experts!

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